Dog Bites

In most cases, the owners of a dog are financially responsible for bites and other injuries caused by the dog. The exact laws on owner responsibility do vary from state to state, though. In some cases, strict liability rules exist and the dog owner is going to be liable for dog bite damages even if the dog has never shown any aggression or propensity to bite in the past. In other states, "one bite" rules exist, in which owners only become responsible for personal injury damages once there is a reason for those owners to know their dog is aggressive or prone to biting (like a previous history of bites.)

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The information on this website is not intended as specific legal advice, but rather is of a general informational nature. Each case is different always consult with Davy Yockey for specific legal advice. No specific results implied. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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