A FIERY CASE
Did the court rule FOR or AGAINST Flintsone
The court ruled FOR Flintstone, and against the family. Notwithstanding his “tender years,” the boy was a trespasser who went onto the property at his own risk. Flintstone acted reasonably, believed he had extinguished the fire, and had no reason to expect or anticipate any intruders onto his property. The court ruled that he owed no duty to the injured boy.