Curtis v. Lein, et al., 239 P.3d 1078 (Wash. Sup. Ct. 2010)

(res ipsa loquitor applicable to plaintiff's case which involved injuries plaintiff sustained on defendant's farm when dock on which plaintiff was walking gave way under plaintiff; dock was destroyed in accident; plaintiff established elements of res ipsa loquitor - (1) accident was type that would ordinarily happen in absence of negligence - properly maintained docks don't give way; (2) dock was in exclusive control of defendant; and (3) plaintiff did not contribute to accident). 

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