I love dogs. I have taken my dogs to parks many times including dog parks. However, now that I have been handling dog bite cases for over two decades, I cannot allow myself or my dogs into dog parks. First
I have heard recent descriptions of attacks by a chocolate lab at the Horsham Dog Park. This dog’s owner needs to be cited for the dog’s behavior and the owner and dog should be banned from the park. If anyone
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It makes complete sense that more people are bitten by dogs in the Spring and Summer months because more people are outside. Irresponsible dog owners who allow their dogs to wander without a leash subject innocent victims to the danger
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I am always searching for new cases describing the PA approach to liability in a dog bite case in which the biting dog lives in a rented property. There is always an issue when there is a severe bite yet
Dog bites off man’s nose in Chicago. Man blames owner, not dog.
If you have been injured by a dog bite, the initial steps you take can make a big difference to the outcome of your case. We have compiled a list of seven mistakes you could make in order to help
The breed of the dog in and of itself is not enough to establish vicious propensity of the dog. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have done research on the various breeds. About twenty-five breeds of dogs were
It now appears that victim may have an easier avenue of recovery against a non owner who is caring for the dog at the time of the bite. Even though a person is not the owner of a vicious dog,
No. Not right. This is one of the most common misconceptions in Pennsylvania law regarding dog bites. I have had seasoned veteran lawyers call to confirm this with me and have had clients come to me after being incorrectly advised
Dog bites can be devastating. Like most people, I view our dogs as part of the family. Our dogs are well socialized. Unfortunately, in our office, we often see the devastating consequences that can result from dog bites. We’ve seen
Seek treatment immediately. The best thing you can do after a dog bite is to seek medical treatment and follow your doctor’s orders. Notify authorities. If you have been bitten, contact the police or county dog warden so that the