Anthony Locascio, partner of the firm, recently resolved a case for $262,000.00 where our client fractured her ankle when she slipped on ice. In this case, the day before the accident there was a significant snow fall and knowing there would be freezing temperatures the following morning, the snow removal company recommended that the association pay for an “ice watch” which the contractors would perform the following morning to the benefit of the residents. However, the association chose to save money instead of protecting their residents and refused the ice watch. The following morning our client slipped and fell because of refreeze and ice which developed over the evening and fractured her ankle. Our office prides ourselves in protecting our clients when they are needlessly endangered by entities which prefer to save money over protecting people.