Peter Krause was working on Stone's property in 2008, when he allegedly slipped on muddy ground and fell into a lattice fence. The fence gave way, apparently causing Krause to fall 12 feet down a hill and into a neighbouring backyard.
Krause sued Stone in 2008 for lost wages and suffering, seeking $1.5m (£930,520) in damages.
Stone attempted to cast doubt on Krause's allegations while testifying during the trial, claiming that she's always had a chain-linked fence, not a wooden lattice gate, in her backyard, according to E! News.
A jury in the case ruled on Wednesday that Stone was negligent in the accident because she hadn't secured the fence and awarded Krause a sum of $232,000 (£143,920), reports AFP.
Following the verdict, Krause told reporters that he was "relieved" to be finished with the legal proceedings.
Stone's lawyer Jerry Popovich said that he would consider filing an appeal, but would consult with the actress before any further action is taken.
Gods Behaving Badly, in which Stone will co-star with Edie Falco and Christopher Walken, is scheduled to be released in 2012.
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