Friday, October 10, 2014

Anjor v. Boston Elevated Railway case brief summary


Anjor v. Boston Elevated Railway case brief summary

F: verdict was directed for D
at D’s platform, P was injured by slipping on a banana peel whose condition was black flattened and gritty.
(There is evidence that banana peel was for a sufficient period of time, as opposed to previous case)
I: whether one is liable for negligent when the injury of another could be avoidable by carefully performing one’s duty
R: One is liable for negligent when the injury of another could be avoidable by carefully performing one’s duty
A: Banana peel has been on the platform a considerable period of time, in such position that it would have been seen and removed by the employes of the D if they have been reasonably careful in performing their duty.
C: reversed

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