Dispute over basic facts makes summary judgment improper.
Defendant owed Plaintiff duty to provide means of ingress and egress that did not pose an unreasonable risk of injury to its invitees.
Defect not “open and obvious” under Oklahoma law; “visible” danger with deceptively innocent appearance.
Visibility does not automatically make defect “open and obvious.”
Plaintiff’s unawareness of danger raises fact question.
Familiarity with restaurant does not render defective mat “open and obvious.”
Whether mat’s edges were mere condition or cause of fall presents fact question.