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Miller v. Pacific Gas & Electric Co.

Ruling by

Ioana Petrou

Lower Court

San Francisco County Superior Court

Lower Court Judge

Richard B. Ulmer Jr.
Because evidence established that utility company's metal plate cover over a sidewalk did not pose a substantial risk of injury, trivial defect doctrine barred injured pedestrian's lawsuit.



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