Levinson v. Owens, C057565
In a personal injury action based on plaintiff's fall from a horse, summary judgment for defendants is affirmed where, although it became evident the injured rider lacked the skills to control a horse in that setting, the owners of the horse were entitled to accept plaintiff's representation that she had experience riding horses, thus indicating she knew how to control horses.
- Decided 08/26/2009
- Published 08/26/2009
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Hersh & Hersh, Nancy Hersh, San Francisco; Law Office of Daniel U. Smith and Daniel U. Smith, Kentfield, for Plaintiffs and Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- Hayes, Davis, Bonino, Ellingson McLay & Scott, Mark G. Bonino, Miya R. Peard, Redwood City; Maire & Beasley, Wayne H. Maire and Patrick L. Deedon, Redding, for Defendants and Respondents.