NISHIHAMA v. CITY & COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, A092274
While a public entity may not be held vicariously liable for employee negligence causing dangerous conditions on public property under Government Code section 835, evidence that employees failed to notice a condition is still relevant to whether the entity had constructive notice of the condition.
- Decided 10/26/2001
- Published 10/26/2001
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellees:
- B. Mark Fong, San Francisco, Robert A. Harlem, Inc. & Associates, Bryce C. Anderson, Clayton, Law Office of Bryce C. Anderson, for Plaintiff and Respondent., Louise H. Renne, City Attorney, Joanne Hoeper, Chief Trial Attorney, Joshua N. Sondheimer, David B. Newdorf, Deputy City Attorney, for Defendant and Appellant.