Snay v. Burr

Court: Supreme Court of Ohio

Citation: 2021-Ohio-4113

Opinion Date: November 24, 2021

Judge: Maureen O’Connor

Areas of Law: Personal Injury

The Supreme Court declined in this case to recognize an exception to the general rule that an adjacent landowner generally owes no duty of care to a motorist who leaves the regularly traveled portion of the road and strikes a stationary object in the right-of-way, holding that Defendants in this case did not owe a duty of care to a motorist with respect to their mailbox.

Plaintiff sustained catastrophic injuries as a result of his collision with Defendants’ reinforced mailbox after hitting a patch of ice and leaving the ordinarily traveled portion of the road.

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Originally published at https://freewaylaw.com on December 6, 2021.

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