November 1, 2008
As a Philadelphia injury lawyer, Edith Pearce often receives questions about an injury suffered by someone who slipped and fell on a sidewalk or street that was covered with ice and snow. When must a person remove snow or ice from their own sidewalk or property to prevent an accident?
Under Pennsylvania law, the courts have adopted the “hills and ridges” doctrine. This legal doctrine provides that an owner or occupier of land is not liable for general slippery conditions from ... Read More
Posted in: Slip & Fall Injury