Man-made icing of sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, streets from sprinklers, water main breaks, water pipe leaks and industrial processes.
Property damage caused by flooding from heavy, but not record breaking rainfall.
Property damage caused by the wind associated with a thunderstorm during a cold front passage.
Personal injury at recreational facilities due to wet grounds from dew or prior precipitation.
Times of sunrise/sunset and the beginning/end of civil twilight in criminal cases and pedestrian and vehicular incidents
Roof and building collapses due to snow load or the combination of snow and rain.
Construction delays due to extreme weather, such as snowfall, precipitation, flooding and temperatures
Weather-related accidents at new construction sites and building renovations
Vehicular accidents prior, during or after a storm in progress
Vehicular accidents near the time of sunrise or sunset
Chain-reaction vehicle accidents
Indoor and outdoor pedestrian accidents
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Our clients are enthusiastic about the level of service and quality they receive regardless of the weather.
Recent cases, where weather played a critical, if not deciding role in litigation and/or settlement include:
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