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Slip and Fall Expert Prevention for Your Next Winter Event

It’s never too early to start preparing for the winter! Even if you’ve yet to see snow and ice, it’s important to be prepared for when the cold comes through. This is particularly important if you’re planning an event or…

Common Snow And Ice Slip And Fall Accidents

Most Common Snow and Ice Slip and Fall Accidents

We’ve all either experienced it ourselves or know someone who has—slipping and falling once the weather gets cold and the snow moves in! Some states see more than 80 inches of snowfall each year and a full month’s worth of…

Snow Slip And Fall Expert

Who’s Responsible for Ice Slip and Falls At A Business?

For business owners, premises liability is a constant concern. If someone suffers physical injury on a commercial property as the result of hazardous conditions, the legal and financial penalties could be devastating. All company owners have a legal responsibility to…

Snow On Stairs

Snow or Ice Slip and Falls

The accumulation of frozen precipitation like ice and snow often yields hazardous environments. If said materials are not routinely cleared away from various external areas, you could slip, fall, and potentially sustain major and debilitating physical injuries. Civil law provides…

Snow Expert Witness

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

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 water coming from the rooftops due to roof thaw…

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