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Levinson v. Owens, No. C057565

By FindLaw Staff on August 28, 2009 12:41 PM

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.

Read Levinson v. Owens, No. C057565

Appellate Information

Filed August 26, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Judge Scotland

Counsel

For Appellants:

Nancy Hersh, Hersh & Hersh, San Francisco, CA

Daniel U. Smith, Law Office of Daniel U. Smith, San Francisco, CA

For Respondents:

Mark G. Bonino, Ellingson McLay & Scott, Redwood City, CA

Wayne H. Maire, Maire & Beasley, Redding, CA

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