Association May Be Liable for Member’s Slip-and-Fall Injury
Facts: When a member arrived home after being gone for two days, he slipped on a puddle of water that had accumulated on his kitchen floor and he broke his wrist. The puddle of water had come from his sink, which had overflowed due to a sludge blockage in the building's drainage line. There is no dispute that maintenance of the drainage line was the responsibility of the condominium association.
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