Berns  v. Doan, (Del. Supr., Nov. 10, 2008), read opinion here, is a decision of the Delaware Supreme Court in which it was determined that the Premises Guest Statute barred the personal injury claim by a trespasser, as opposed to a public invitee, on another’s property. This opinion by Delaware’s High Court, sitting en banc, should be of interest to landowners who want to know what the applicable standard of review is that courts in Delaware will use if someone is injured on one’s property, depending on whether the status of the injured party on one’s property is regarded as a public invitee or a trespasser.