Connecticut is no stranger to ice and snow. In the winter, harsh weather conditions can make sidewalks, driveways and parking lots dangerous. This is especially true when ice and snow accumulate on a property. If property owners fail to control the dangerous conditions created, they could be held responsible for injuries that occur.
At the New Haven law offices of Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we represent the victims of slip-and-fall accidents in personal injury litigation. Our legal team handles premises liability actions related to slippery outdoor conditions. We also handle cases related to melting snow that causes slippery conditions indoors.
Since 1988, we have represented victims of many different types of injuries, ranging from broken bones and whiplash to spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and wrongful death. If you have been injured or if a family member has died in an ice-and-snow accident, we can help you recover compensation for your injuries.
Having represented thousands of personal injury victims, we are well prepared to offer effective guidance throughout the legal process. We can explain to you and your family exactly what to expect and tell you the results others have achieved in similar situations. If you need to go to court or answer another lawyer’s questions, we will help you prepare and will stay by your side throughout the process.
Connecticut lawmakers are getting tough on drivers who fail to remove snow and ice from their vehicles. New laws implement fines as high as $1250 if ice or snow flies off and causes damage or injury. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by ice or snow, talk with our lawyer about your options.
If you have sustained an ice or snow injury, talking to our attorneys can help you understand your options. To schedule your free initial consultation with us, contact Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., and speak with one of our representatives.
At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we handle all Ice & Snow Cases cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we do not get paid unless and until you receive a settlement or a jury award.