Warehouse Owner Had No Duty To Warn Contractor’s Employees, Alabama Court Says

(April 11, 2016, 12:48 PM EDT) -- MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A warehouse owner did not have a duty to warn a roofing contractor’s employees of a dangerous condition on its roof that subsequently caused a roofing employee to be injured because the owner reasonably expected that the contractor had as much, if not more, knowledge of the roof’s dangerous condition, the Alabama Supreme Court said March 18 (South Alabama Brick Co., Inc., d/b/a Riley-Stuart Supply Co. v. J. Gregory Carwie, as temporary conservator of Benito Perez, an incapacitated person, No. 1130345, Ala. Sup.;...
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