Those who own a condo for commercial or residential purposes are often obligated to pay condominium association fees. These fees are standard, and typically cover the costs of repair to the property, maintenance, insurance, perhaps water and sewer and property upkeep. The fee amount varies depending upon the property, and may increase on an annual basis.
During the wintertime, all walking and driving surfaces become covered with ice and snow. In fact, even when the weather warms a bit and the sun comes out, areas in shade have the potential to be icy all winter long.
People are injured as the result of others’ negligence all the time in Massachusetts. From car accidents to dog bites, slip and falls to instances of assault, if you are injured by another, you have the right to take legal action. However, before you file a personal injury case, here are three things to think about first:
When temperatures drop below freezing during a Massachusetts winter, and precipitation accumulates, the result can be a dangerous one: black ice. Every year, people and cars alike slip or skid while walking or driving on a patch of this hard-to-detect ice. If you are involved in a black ice car accident in Massachusetts, how is fault determined? Who is liable for the crash? Here’s what you need to know:
Winters are harsh in Lynn, Massachusetts, and like it or not, there will very likely be a time when you need to drive in the snow. While snow plows do their job to remove snow from roads and keeps streets from icing over, conditions may very well be less than ideal. If there is a day this winter when you have no choice but to drive in the snow, here are some tips for avoiding a weather-related Lynn car accident: