In this case involving a slip-and-fall on a sidewalk on defendant’s property, the trial court erred in granting the defendant summary judgment under the trivial defect doctrine.  Defendant failed to meet his initial burden of showing the discontinuity of pavement was a trivial defect, providing only a declaration that stated the conclusion that the separation was less than an inch without any supporting facts about how he determined that fact and without supporting pictures.  Moreover, plaintiff raised a triable issue of fact by submitting a declaration from an expert stating the defect was 1-1/2 inches in height and that it existed between an asphalt patch in an otherwise concrete sidewalk with the asphalt being uneven and broken which added to the danger.