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Store Met Duty With Mop-Up, Warning (access required)

Although a Kroger employee’s testimony and video evidence showed Kroger had actual and/or constructive notice of a spill on the floor near where plaintiff fell, a Roanoke U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to Kroger because it met its duty of ordinary care by having the employee mop the area and place a large warning ...

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