When the temperatures drop, we all know ice can form. But should the ice be on the sidewalk at Wal-Mart or the local grocery store? When it is done wrong, it can cause ice to form. In fact, in almost every case, ice on the sidewalk means that someone removed the snow improperly.
If you or a loved one has been hurt on a slippery walkway, call Dixon Law Office. We have handled many cases involving icy walks. In fact, we have probably handled a case just like yours before. Call us today and let us help you. Contact us at toll-free at 888-354-9880, or click here for a free consultation. We are here to help you.