legal Definition of res ipsa loquitur
- a plaintiff who establishes the elements of res ipsa loquitur can withstand a motion for summary judgment and reach the jury without direct proof of negligence
- —Cox v. May Dept. Store Co., 903 P.2d 1119 (1995)
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