Boston Lawyers For Slips On Icy Sidewalks
Commercial property owners in Massachusetts have a responsibility to keep their property safe for visitors and passers-by. This means taking measures to lessen the risk of people falling on icy sidewalks, parking lots and other public spaces.
If you have been injured because of a fall on an icy sidewalk, you may be entitled to compensation. The Boston-based attorneys of Dane Shulman Associates, LLC, can explain your rights and help you seek compensation for your injuries.
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Massachusetts Law Regarding Slip-And-Falls On Ice
Previously, to be able to pursue compensation after a slip-and-fall accident on ice, a victim was required to prove that there was an unnatural accumulation of ice and snow on the property in question. Due to changes in Massachusetts law, that requirement no longer exists.
If you have been injured due to a fall on ice or snow on a sidewalk or parking lot, the experienced Boston lawyers of Dane Shulman Associates, LLC, can help you pursue damages.
Icy Sidewalks On Commercial Property
The majority of falls-on-ice accidents occur on commercial property, such as parking lots, gas stations, and storefront sidewalks and steps. Our attorneys handle all aspects of these cases, working closely with injury victims to secure a fair settlement or court verdict. We can explain how changes in the law may affect your ability to get the fair compensation you deserve.
We handle a wide variety of slip-and-fall accidents involving ice, including accidents occurring in the premises of:
- Construction sites
- Excavation sites
- Retail establishments
- Grocery stores
- Parking lots
No matter where your fall occurred, we are available to talk about it and advise you on your legal options.
We Push The Limits At Both Ends To Ensure That Our Clients Are Fairly Compensated
We employ a number of full-time staff members who work with medical providers and medical insurers to monitor health care expenditures. It is surprising how often the staff at our Boston law offices find mistakes on medical bills, such as billing different medical payers for the same services. This simple yet powerful service is one example of how we truly care for our clients after a personal injury. By holding these parties accountable, we work to maximize your final recovery.