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Trip hazards occur when the surface that is being walked on has an abrupt increase in height that is large enough to snag the toe of a shoe and cause the pedestrian to lose balance. Except as part of a properly constructed stair, the maximum acceptable abrupt change in height for a pedestrian area is 6mm. It just goes to show 6mm could cost you a lot of money in court.