Summary Judgment – Edgar v. Quest4Events, Inc.

June 2015

Vicki Edgar v. The Wildlife Experience, Inc. and Quest4Events, Inc., Civil Action 14CV30606, Douglas District Court. Plaintiff alleged injury after falling down some stairs at the Wildlife Experience facility during an event hosted by Quest4Events, Inc. Plaintiff alleged that Quest4Events, Inc. is a landowner under Colorado law and is responsible for her injuries. However, the court agreed with Karen Wheeler that to the extent a dangerous condition existed on the premises, Quest4Events was not in control of the condition and thus not responsible for plaintiff’s injuries. The court also found that Quest4Events neither knew nor should have known about the allegedly dangerous condition. As a result, the court entered summary judgment in favor of the defense.

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