Why You Should Report a Dog Bite Case

Dog Bite Case Can Be Complicated to Navigate If you are bitten by someone else’s dog, you may be able to seek compensation for any injuries or damages that occurred as a result. Unfortunately, dog bites happen more often than many people realize. With more than 7.2 million dogs in Texas (that’s more than any other state), it is no wonder dog bite case lawsuits happen all the time. But how do you know if you should report - and pursue - a dog bite case? Are there times when you should keep quiet and not contact the authorities? Today…

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4 Facts About Dog Bites You Should Know

Man’s best friend can do more than provide us comfort. Many people buy dogs to act as proximity alarms, so they can protect their property. While that in and of itself isn’t much of a problem, there are some things you have to know as a dog owner in Texas, so you aren’t on the receiving end of a lawsuit. One Bite Rule Texas is considered a one bite rule state for personal injury cases as a result of dog bites. As a result, Texas does not have a statute specifically made for covering dog owner’s civil liability for damages…

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What Are My Rights When I Get Bit By a Dog?

Dogs are wonderful companions that bring a lot of joy and love to adults and children alike. Unfortunately, dogs that are not properly trained or have some other aggression issues can cause extreme harm to people. Pet owners have a responsibility to ensure their pets are properly trained and are able to be around people - at home or in public settings - safely. In the event a dog bites someone and causes an injury, the victim may have the right to take the dog owner to court for injuries and any damages incurred. While some pet owner shave insurance…

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Have You Sustained a Dog Bite Injury? Know Your Rights

Dog bites are unfortunately a common occurrence in the United States, for numerous different reasons. According to statistics, one out of every six dog bite injuries requires medical attention and one out of every 14 requires emergency care. These are shocking statistics, especially if you are a dog lover/owner yourself. Unfortunately, many owners do not take the time to properly train and socialize their dogs. When this occurs, it is not uncommon for a dog to become instinctual, aggressive, and protective. In many cases, dog bite victims are left with serious injuries and mounting medical bills, which can dramatically affect…

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Injured on an Airbnb Property: Who is Responsible?

As warmer weather approaches, people start planning for spring and summer getaways. Travelling is more convenient than ever today with limitless vacation options and easily accessible, affordable accommodation available all over the US and outside. Airbnb has made a huge contribution to making travel as customized and budget friendly as possible. The Airbnb community spans 191 countries and 34000 cities globally, with more than 50 million guests serviced to date. Airbnb provides its guests the unique experience of staying in a home and allows them to really get to know the local culture. The idea behind this house-sharing model is…

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Understanding Dog Bite Lawsuits

Unfortunately, millions of Americans are bitten by animals - specifically dogs - each year. In many cases, these instances occur because the dog owner has not properly trained or leashed their dog, allowing them to continue to display poor, dangerous behavior. Depending on the scenario, a person who is bitten by an animal may have a legal right to recover damages from the person responsible for that animal. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 5 million people in the nation are bitten by dogs on an annual basis. Roughly 20% of these end up requiring…

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