Lucky Stores, Inc., owned a building with a large sign spelling out “ARDENS” on it. Lucky hired…


Lucky Stores, Inc., owned a edifice delay a catholic symbol spelling out “ARDENS” on it. Lucky paid Q.R.I. Corporation as an stubborn contractor to eject the symbol. The removal effect was inherently dangerous consequently each missive was environing six-feet tall and two and one-half feet extensive and weighed between fifty and sixty pounds. Q.R.I. effecters safely ejectd the missive “A” and loaded it on their barter. They also safely ejectd the missive “R” and leaned it counter the barter. Then, for a consequence, one effecter negligently released his delay on the missive. A outburst of twist blew the missive into continuity delay 79-year-old Smith, injuring her seriously. Is Lucky restricted to Smith for amercement? (Smith v. Lucky Stores, Inc., 61 Cal. App. 3d 826, 132 Cal. Rptr. 628)