Addressing the standard of care in premises liability and property management disputes involving snow and ice can be complex. In these cases, issues of causation and notice can be complicated by site drainage, unnatural snow accumulation, and the variety of services and surface treatment options available to property managers.
In this webinar video, premises safety expert Sylvia Deye and Property Management expert Albert Kerelis discuss the most prominent technical challenges in snow and ice investigations. Attendees will learn about site issues that can contribute to snow/ice related injuries, the standard of care for property owners and managers, and some of the relevant safety standards.
Snow & Ice in Premises Liability and Property Management Disputes - Expert Webinar [VIDEO]
This video was recorded from the webinar on Thursday, March 18, 2021.
Sylvia B. Deye, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Sylvia Deye is a Registered Architect with over 20 years of experience including a wide range of building and facility types, from single and multi-family residential, to commercial, retail, hospitality, industrial, and institutional facilities. Having overseen projects from initial concept through completion, Sylvia has in-depth knowledge of how the building industry operates and how design elements within the built environment contribute to safety and accessibility.
Albert J. Kerelis, Jr., AIA, ALA, NCARB, ARM
Albert Kerelis is a Registered Architect with over 25 years of experience. As a Property Manager, his experience comes from the perspectives of both owner and manager, involving residential and commercial properties. Albert developed, constructed, and managed multiple properties, seeing them from acquisition and zoning approvals to site improvements, general contracting, and ongoing maintenance.