As snow and ice management pros we are always faced with the realities of being dragged into slip and fall lawsuits-regardless if we do the job or not. I have been dragged into numerous lawsuits over the years, one almost put us out of business. Everyone knows what happens when we get sued-even if no money is paid out, lawyers line their pockets, premiums increase, bla bla bla. We have even been accused of "Not warning of potentially hazardous conditions on the property." Question-does anyone post signage, warning of potentially hazardous conditions on the sites they plow? We didn't then, but now we do. We got the attached 18"x24" sign made, and copyrighted its text and now post it on all our sites during the winter months. Some property managers even pay us for posting them as they realize the 'value'. We have sold some to fellow contractors also. Your comments and opinions are appreciated as we plan on marketing them this year to all snow and ice professionals and property managers and owners.