Stephen D. Faucheux v. Cumulonimbus, LLC, et al. Motion for Summary Judgment granted on a premises liability claim. The trial court found no liability for the property owner for an ATV accident on the defendant’s property. Plaintiff argued that a low-hanging wire from a fence post caused him to fall off his ATV and that the wire was defective because it created a hazardous condition on the property and an unreasonable risk of harm. Plaintiff retained a liability expert who opined that the low-hanging wire created a hazardous condition because it was defectively installed and designed. Defendants argued that they did not have actual or constructive notice of the low-hanging wire before the alleged ATV accident. The trial court concluded the defendants met their burden of proof on summary judgment by producing sufficient summary judgment evidence to establish that they did not have actual or constructive notice of the allegedly hazardous condition before the ATV accident.