Garcia v. Paramount Citrus Assn., Inc., F050528
In a tort action against a private landowner for injuries sustained from a traffic accident alleging that landowner owed a duty to place a warning on its private road alerting drivers to the approaching intersection with the public road, denial of landowner's motion for summary judgment is reversed as landowner owed no legal duty under the facts of this case.
- Decided 03/26/2008
- Published 03/26/2008
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellees:
- Horvitz & Levy, John A. Taylor, Jr., Jeremy B. Rosen, Encino; Lynberg & Watkins, Dana Alden Fox, Los Angeles, Daniel G. Eskue; Law Offices of Oliver U. Robinson, Robinson & Keller and Oliver U. Robinson, Bakersfield, for Defendant and Appellant., Daniel J. Popeo, Richard A. Samp and Paul F. Utrecht, San Francisco, for Washington Legal Foundation and Allied Educational Foundation as Amici Curiae on behalf of Defendant and Appellant., Law Offices of Young & Nichols, Todd A. Gall, Bakersfield, and Thomas A. Brill, Los Angeles, for Plaintiff and Respondent., Arkin & Glovsky and Sharon J. Arkin, Pasadena, for Consumer Attorneys of California as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Plaintiff and Respondent.