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Install a Radiant Heat System in Your Driveway or Sidewalks and Avoid Messy Personal Injury Lawsuits.
In my past days as a legal assistant, I learned a thing or two about slip and fall cases, the most prominent in my mind being thus: avoid them at all costs. Every year, thousands of Americans file for lawsuits involving slipping on ice on either residential or commercial property, and let me tell you—personal injury suits are NOT pretty.
Business or homeowners are responsible for anything dangerous that happens in or around their property, including slipping on black ice, slush, or melting snow. Those of us in cold climates know that these things are a way of life, and it might seem difficult—if not impossible—to fully eradicate these nuisances from our property. Well, I’m here to tell you that it is possible with a simple solution: radiant heat.
Radiant heated driveways and sidewalks are the number one way to make sure you stay safe and litigation-free this winter. Heated concrete systems are fully-automated little wonders that activate themselves at the slightest hint of a snowstorm, resulting in effortlessly snow- and ice-free driveways and sidewalks. A lawsuit doesn’t even have a chance of happening with these puppies around.
They say that the best defense you have against ice slip and fall cases is to make sure they never occur. In the traditional sense, this would involve you getting up close and personal with a shovel every backbreaking morning of your life. However, thanks to heated driveways and sidewalks, being prepared is as easy as, well, watching the snow melt from the warmth of your home or office.
Besides saving you thousands in litigation costs, radiant heating systems also save you thousands on operating costs as well as money wasted on shovels and ice melter. What’s more, radiant heated driveways are fast and efficient, obliterating snow and ice in half the time of other snowmelt systems out there.
So, get proactive and make sure lawsuits never happen—install a radiant heated driveway or sidewalk before anyone has a chance to even think about slapping you with a subpoena.