Defendant grocery store not liable for “natural accumulation” of ice

Plaintiff fractured her right ankle on a slip and fall on ice outside of defendant’s grocery store, resulting in scarring and significant medical bills.  In defendant’s motion for summary judgment, Attorney Michael Radak argued that there was no evidence that accumulation of snow and ice was anything other than a “natural accumulation” for which the premises owner could not be liable.  Summary judgment was entered in favor of defendant.