Legal Advice for Animal Law — 113 results
Written by attorney Nick Passe, over 2 years ago.
Those who suffer personalharm or property damageas a result of dog attacks in Wisconsin have the ability to pursue compensation for their injuriesand sometimes even special penalty damages.... more
Written by attorney Mark Blane, over 4 years ago.
California Dog Bite Statute: Liability Is Automatic Even Without Knowledge Of the Dog Biting Before 3342. (a) The owner of any dog is liable for the damages suffered by any person who is... more
Written by attorney Lisa Lerch, almost 4 years ago.
EQUESTRIAN QUESTION FORUM: by Lisa L. Lerch, Esq.
The horse seller I purchased my Quarter Horse mare from misrepresented the horse's age and health and now I'm stuck with an older, lame... more
Written by attorney Montgomery Delaney, over 3 years ago.
The First Bite May Be Free In many states, the law requires that the owners of animals have prior notice of the vicious preopensities of their animals. If the animal had never attacked or... more
Written by attorney Tracey Martin-Henry, almost 3 years ago.
In rural or exurban areas, how many dogs you keep is pretty much your own business, as long as the dogs aren't a nuisance. But, many cities restrict residents to two or three dogs per... more
Written by attorney David Slepkow, over 4 years ago.
Overview The Supreme Court of Rhode Island has been consistent about delineating the factors that The Rhode Island Family Court must analyze in determining Rhode Island Child Custody Cases.... more
Written by attorney Kelly M Kennedy, almost 4 years ago.
Most pet owners consider their pets as part of their family, and would want to ensure that their pet is well cared for after they die. However, if a pet owner has not planned for this... more
Written by attorney Gary Moorhead, over 4 years ago.
Most Americans own pets, and most of those pets are dogs. Dogs are like family to most people, and like most families, most are good, but some are not so good, particularly to strangers.... more
Written by attorney Ernesto Romero, over 4 years ago.
Negotiate the terms of the agreement. Contact your ex and see if both of you would be willing to stipulate to the change. The more specific the terms, the better your outcome will be.... more
Written by attorney Timothy R. Miley, 9 months ago.
Injuries from a dog bite can be serious, even disfiguring. When someone in Clarksburg has been a victim, compensation could be available under West Virginia’s dog bite laws by filing a... more