Learn why proving 'notice' is essential to determine if the property owner may be responsible for your injury. Sometimes, you will have to resort to litigation to obtain compensation for the injuries you suffered since the owner of the property or the snow plow operator refuses to accept any responsibility for causing or contributing to your accident. In that case, you may have to sue both the property owner and the individual or company that removed the snow or ice.
Watch the video to see how Gerry was able to prove that both the owner of the property and the snow plow operator were responsible for a dangerous icy condition. Both failed to recognize that piles of snow at the top of a hilly driveway that melted during the day and re-froze in the evening, would create sheets of thin ice making the parking lot a very dangerous place.
For more information about snow and ice cases and negligence cases like these, call Gerry personally to answer your legal questions at 516-487-8207. He welcomes your call.
The Law Office of Gerald M. Oginski, LLC
25 Great Neck Rd., Ste. 4
Great Neck, NY 11021