Plaintiff’s claim against the city was barred because he did not adequately comply with the Government Claims statute.  He filed a timely government claim, but it asserted plaintiff was injured due to tripping on an uplifted surface of pavement on a public sidewalk.  But in his deposition, plaintiff said he actually fell into hole–a tree well without a tree in it–not any uplifted pavement.  The factual basis on which plaintiff sued was not fairly reflected in his government claim.  So his suit was barred.