Snow And Ice

During our harsh New England winters, accidents and injuries related to snow and ice can be a very serious problem - and grounds for a personal injury suit. If you have been the victim of an accident or injury as a result of snow and ice that was not properly maintained, the attorneys at Champ Law, located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, can fight for you. Our experienced team of Massachusetts and Connecticut personal injury attorneys can help victims of snow and ice related accidents receive compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, insurance expenses, loss of current and future wages and more. Call us at our office any time for a free consultation in Holyoke, Springfield, Enfield, Suffield and surrounding areas.

Here are a few things to ask when considering a personal injury claim related to a snow and ice related accident in Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut:

What Caused The Snow And Ice Accident?

At Champ Law, our experienced Massachusetts and Connecticut personal injury attorneys can assist with cases involving every facet of snow and ice related accidents, including slip and falls, unsafe walkways or parking lots, falling snow and ice, safety violations and more.

It's very easy to make an accident or injury claim related to snow and ice, but can be very complicated to prove it. In addition to any potential witnesses who can back up your claim, it is necessary to provide details that will prove that:

  • The defendant had control over and/or created the condition that caused your accident
  • The defendant was aware of the condition and failed to address it
  • A serious injury was a potential consequence of not fixing the condition
  • Failure to address the condition caused your accident

Who Was At Fault?

A major part of receiving compensation for a snow and ice related claim is not just demonstrating that you were not at fault, but also proving who was at fault. Common defendants in Massachusetts and Connecticut personal injury lawsuits include:

  • Landlord/property owner
  • Business owner
  • City, state or federal government

What Can You Do About It?

If you have a claim related to a snow and ice related accident in which you were not at fault, you could be entitled to compensation. This can include damages for your pain and suffering, as well as coverage for medical expenses, future wages and lost wages. To find out if you have a case, call Champ Law today for a free consultation in Holyoke, Springfield, Enfield, Suffield and surrounding areas.