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When De-Icing Becomes Dangerous

Sometimes, something as harmless as de-icing becomes very dangerous. At least, that was the case when an employee of Logan Airport was hurt when he fell off of a bucket truck that had tipped over. The de-icing truck was destabilized…

Freeze, Freeze & Refreeze

re·freeze ˌrēˈfrēz/ verb 1. make or become frozen again. This image is from an actual property situation used with permission that other building owners and property managers need to be watching for at thier commercial properties. The picture is showing…

Snow Removal Dangers – Causes – Expert Witness

  Snow Removal Snow and ice are winter hazards in most of the country. People try to remove the snow in various ways and oftentimes do not know many of the dangers involved in the snow removal process. Some snow removal…

Factors to Consider in a Snow or Ice Related Fall

Snow or Ice Related Fall Falls are far more frequent during the winter months due to snowy and icy conditions. Landlords and others may sometimes be held responsible for the damages that occur as a result of snow or ice…

Accident Prevention for Commercial Properties

Accident Prevention for Commercial Properties As the temperature drops outside and snow, freezing rain, and ice becomes commonplace, it is imperative that precautions are taken to ensure the safety of every person who comes and goes from a property. Any…

Slip and Falls During the Winter

Winter brings with it colder temperatures, shorter days, and the possibility of snow and ice and sometimes, slip and falls. Many cases that occur during the winter season involving slips and falls due to poor property maintenance involve businesses that do…

Snow Removal Case Seeking Damages in Excess of $150,000

Slip & fall cases can be serious business. In this article, "Snow Removal Case Seeking Damages in Excess of $150,000", an individual actually died which allegedly resulted from negligence. The widow then filed suit, .S. District Court for the Middle District of…

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