MI Supreme Court: You didn’t see black ice in winter? It sounds open and obvious to us.

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Ashley Chrysler for  One Court of Justice Blog Has this piece on Michigan SupCrt ruling in Ragnoli v North Oakland-North Macomb Imaging, Inc.

Most of the time, we don’t notice black ice until we feel our feet slip out from under us. But according to the Michigan Supreme Court in Ragnoli v North Oakland-North Macomb Imaging, Inc, No. 154763, wintry weather conditions make black ice a foreseeable, open and obvious risk. 

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