Case No. 2011-1708 Roshel Smith v. Donald E. Landfair et al.

 

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07-10-2012

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Does Immunity of Owner for Injury to ‘Equine Event Spectator’ Apply to Onlooker Injured In Unloading of Horse From Trailer?

Roshel Smith v. Donald E. Landfair et al., Case no. 2011-1708
Ninth District Court of Appeals (Summit County)

ISSUE: Does a provision of state law that confers general immunity on an “equine event participant” for injuries suffered by a “spectator at an equine event” apply to an incident in which a bystander at a horse barn was injured by a horse while its owner was unloading the animal from a trailer?
 
 
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00:00:17John Chlysta for Donald Landfair
00:13:39Thomas Green, amicus curiae on behalf of the appellant
00:20:34Paul Giorgianni, amicus curiae on behalf of the appellee
00:38:00John Rinehardt for Roshel Smith
00:39:31Summation: John Chlysta for Donald Landfair