Attorneys obtained Summary Judgment on behalf of homeowners who were sued by the estate of a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle. Plaintiff's decedent was on the Defendants' property looking at a snow blower set out "for sale." While returning to his vehicle, he was struck by a vehicle driven by Co-Defendant. The decedent suffered devastating injuries and lingered for six months before succumbing. The Court ultimately determined, after allowing Plaintiff to modify its original Memorandum of Law in order to bolster its arguments, that the homeowners did not owe a duty to a pedestrian simply browsing at items for sale at a private residence. The Court did not agree that such sales constituted a "business" requiring licensing, parking, etc