Legal Advice for Injuries to Animals — 53 results
Written by attorney Bruce M Squire, over 1 year ago.
Arizona Dog Attack Legal Guide
An estimated 4.7 million Americans will be bitten by dogs this year. Childrenare the primary victims of these injuries. Approximately 800,000 people will... more
Written by attorney Brenton D. Adams, almost 2 years ago.
In the United States, more than four million people -- mostly children -- are victims of dog bites. Although most are minor, some can be serious, causing deep wounds, disfigurement and... more
Written by attorney Christopher Zachar, about 2 years ago.
4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, and one in five dog bites results in injuries that require medical attention. There are ways to make dog bites less likely and to help... more
Written by attorney Paul Cannon, over 1 year ago.
This is a brief guide that lawyers and clients can use to check and see if there is legal support and evidence to support a dog bite case in Texas. This is not intended to be an exclusive... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Sexner, 12 months ago.
Millions of people own dogs and cats. But Americans own countless others types of animals as well, many of which were never considered as suitable pets in years past. Some of these animals... more
Written by attorney Timothy R. Miley, 3 months ago.
It's important to note that all dogs have the potential to bite, whether big or small. All breeds of dogs have the capacity to bite, although certain ones have a greater inclination. Take... more
Written by attorney Timothy R. Miley, 7 months ago.
A dog bite attack can result in devastating injuries. Posttraumatic growth (PTG) is a condition where positive mental growth results from overcoming a stressful or traumatic situation such... more
Written by attorney Timothy R. Miley, 10 months ago.
Victims of a dog attack often sustain not only serious physical injuries, but also long-lasting psychological consequences. No matter the severity of the attack, however, victims should... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 1 year ago.
Yoga instructor Joan Zalk was arrested for animal cruelty on September 16 2011 in Boulder, CO for running a leashed Chihuahua named Cooper that she was dogsitting along-side her moving... more
Written by attorney John Sauter, over 2 years ago.
Victims of dog attacks were given greater rights by the Ohio Supreme Court in the January 2010 Beckett v. Warren decision, which opens the door to recovery of non-economic and punitive... more