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My wife was bitten by a dog and after several months and a jury trial, the dog owner was found not responsible for the dog biting my wife. The owner claimed my wife was trespassing, so the dog acted defensively. What happened was my wife was with a friend checking the friend's laundry at the "dog's" house and was invited in by the dog owner's son. Within seconds of entering the house, without warning the dog latched on to the back of her leg causing lacerations and tearing her pants. A report was filed with animal control and she went to the emergency room. After the jury trial, the owner claimed my wife had trespassed (although she was let in the door and never told to leave) so now we have a hospital bill that we can't pay for and we are wondering if we can go after the dog owner in civil court for restitution.
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