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For some dogs, their bark is worse than their bite but for others, the bite is just as bad. They can occasionally exhibit aggressive, territorial behaviors especially if the owner hasn’t properly trained their dog. Dog attacks can lead to many types of different injuries and can vary in levels of severity.
Some dog bites can cause permanent scarring or tissue damage.Each situation is unique. In some cases, unleashed dogs don’t have to bite to cause... Read More
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If you have been attacked by a dog, you may be able to seek recovery of your medical expenses and other damages from the owner of the dog. To prove liability against an owner, you must establish: (1) the defendant was the owner of the animal; (2) the defendant owed a duty to exercise reasonable care to prevent the animal from injuring others; (3) the defendant breached the duty; and (4) the defendant's breach proximately caused your injuries and damages. Of course,... Read More