Circumstantial Evidence Insufficient to Establish Causation in Premises Liability Claim

In Berke v. Manilow, 2016 IL App (1st) 150397, the Illinois appellate court was presented with an interesting fact pattern that allowed it to consider the boundary between permissible inferences drawn from circumstantial evidence and impermissible speculation.  The court also considered whether the circumstantial evidence provided a sufficient basis for expert opinion.      

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