Owners Knowledge of Premises Condition In a Premises Liability Case

In Keetch v. Kroger Co., 845 S.W.2d 262 (Tex. 1992), the court held that the trial court, in a premises liability case based upon a premises condition, did not err in asking the jury whether the premises owner knew of the condition because the creation of the condition by the owner did not establish, as a matter of law, that the owner had knowledge of the condition. Id. at 266. The court also held the plaintiff failed to preserve any error with respect to the use of a broad form question. Id. at 267.