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To recover for injuries incurred in a slip and fall accident, the plaintiff must show
- that the premises owner either
- 1) created a dangerous condition or
- 2) had actual or constructive knowledge of a dangerous condition.
Notice of a dangerous condition may be established by circumstantial evidence, such as evidence leading to an inference that
a substance has been on the floor for a sufficient length of time such that in the exercise of reasonable care the condition should have become known to the premises owner.
Level of scrutiny in civil cases
a preponderance of the evidence.
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