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Open and Obvious v. Inadequate Lighting: Has Singerman Been Forgotten?

Premises Liability / October 9, 2020

The most recent line of Court of Appeals opinions have ruled that a claim of inadequate lighting is a question of fact for the jury. However, these recent cases have failed to cite or distinguish the Michigan Supreme Court’s precedential holding in Singerman v Mun. Serv. Bureau, Inc., 455 Mich 135 (1997) that inadequate lighting is an open and obvious condition.

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