Survive This Never-Ending Winter with Ease
6 More Weeks of Winter? No Problem with These Great Tips
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow again, making it the 107th time since 1887 that he's called for 6 more weeks of snow. Thanks a lot, Phil.
Since our law firm is committed to keeping people safe, we've put together a short list of things to know to help you survive the final stretch of winter. We've got everything from shoveling tips to winter driving hacks to helpful information about your next set of snow tires.
Check out the links below for more information.
We know that shoveling snow can be a pain in the neck (and back). But shoveling is something we do to protect ourselves and those around us. Slip and fall injuries can be serious, especially when caused by snow and ice. And you can be held responsible if a fall happens on your property.
So we've put together a great list to help you clear your driveways and sidewalks with ease. Check out these simple shoveling tips and what to do if you're hurt on someone else's property.
Kids and adults all over love hitting the hills with their favorite sleds or saucers. However, no one wants a fun afternoon ruined by an accident.
That's why we're giving you the best ways to stay safe when you're out sledding. With these safety tips, you're sure to enjoy every run down your favorite hill, and you'll stay safe too.
If you live anywhere near Western Pennsylvania, then you're no stranger to the treacherous roads and slick conditions we face every winter. In fact, sometimes these blustery conditions can linger way past their welcome.
That's why it's good to have these 7 essential winter driving hacks in your back pocket. It can save you a lot of stress and strain when you're dealing with unwelcome winter weather.
While we might be approaching the final stretch of winter months, it's still important to make sure your home is safe for what's to come. You'll find great tips and ideas on how to winter proof your home.
You'll find tips to help with those still-hanging holiday lights, unsafe outside walkways, snow-covered patio furniture, and more. For the next 6 weeks (and maybe longer), make sure you know if your home is winter proof.
With the prediction of cold temperatures lasting another 6 weeks, it only makes sense to break out the space heaters and hunker down until it all blows over. Well, just keep in mind that space heaters come with their own set of dangers.
We'll show you just what to look out for when you're trying to warm up your home with space heaters. Know the risks and make the right decisions this winter. It could make all the difference.
Sure it's late in the winter season, but with our little groundhog friend's prediction, you might be driving in more snow to come. That's why it's essential to know why you need snow tires.
A small investment can prolong the life of both your summer and winter tires. Rotate them on when the weather gets rough, and then take them off when the sun starts to shine. Check out all the reasons you need snow tires now.
Stay Safe This Winter – We're Always Here to Help
Winter weather can cause more than just frozen steps and snowy roads. Sometimes it leads to serious accidents and injuries. If you've been hurt this winter, we can help you recover money for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
We're always just a phone call away.