My sons dog has bitten 2 of their friends and they've
my sons dog has bitten 2 of their friends and they've decided to to get rid of the dog. Can they take him to the humane society to turn him in and have no further responsibility for him from then on. No report was filed and he lives in Calif
My dog bit someone on our property and I would like to
My dog bit someone on our property and I would like to consult an attorney to get advice about how to handle this before anything escalates but I'm unsure which type of lawyer I need to consult. Is it a criminal defense? Or personal injury (we were not the injured party)? I just need to know which type of attorney would defend against a dog bite case. Thank you
Concerned over a court case/dog bite? My parents live in
Concerned over a court case/dog bite? My parents live in California and they went to visit my aunt about 3 weeks ago. My aunt's neighbor has a field of goats, and while it is fenced both sides have fixed the fence multiple times due to the goats butting into it with their horns. During this visit my aunts 2 dogs, a visiting lab, and my parents GSD mix (not sure of the mix) breed (the dog is a rescue) got into the pasture and sadly killed one of the neighbors goats. The neighbor came out and confronted all parties, and my parents offered to pay for the goat. The neighbor declined and only said that he wanted the dog "taken care of". Police were called but no report was ever filed. Yesterday, my mom received a notice in the mail of "The people vs. her", with a court date in October, and that she needs to go back to where my aunt lives and submit herself for fingerprinting, a mugshot, and a week prior to the October court date, she needs to submit their dog for some sort of testing? What can we expect to happen and how should we prepare ourselves? Will the courts automatically euthanize the dog and file criminal charges on my parents for owning the dog? If it helps, my parents live 3 hours outside of the city where this all happened at.
I own a small business set up as a corporation and lease a
I own a small business set up as a corporation and lease a small office suite (leased by the corp, not me personally). One of my employees decided to bring his dog into the office and it was unleashed running around. I was not there and did not give permission nor did I know the dog was in the office. A customer came in and began playing with the dog (chasing it around, wrestling with it, etc). The dog got excited and jumped up and grabbed onto the customer's arm (but did not bite thru the skin). The customer called a few days later and said that she cannot move her arm, fingers, and is in severe pain. Photos of the arm show a pink blemish the size of a pencil eraser. No broken skin, bleeding, laceration.In Nevada there is no dog bite statute so such a personal injury would be based on caselaw, which gets murky.The dog owner (my employee) has agreed to accept responsibility and has related this to the customer, but the customer refuses to speak to him and says she is holing me responsible.As the employer, and since the bite occurred in the company's office, would the company be responsible for the dog bite or would the dog owner be responsible? I have no liability insurance that covers this on the office. Would the dog owner's homeowner insurance cover this? What happens in a situation where there is no insurance, since she obviously won't get paid, we can't afford a trial, and there won't be an insurance settlement?
I have a question about a possible dog nip that my dog may
Hello - I have a question about a possible dog nip that my dog may have done to a heating & cooling worker that was at my house yesterday installing an A/C unit. I would like to explain my situation to see if I could possibly be sued. Is there anybody out there that would like to assist me in my problem?Thank you.Christine
My dog bit a puppy, who had to go to the vet. I've already
My dog bit a puppy, who had to go to the vet. I've already paid their vet bills. Do I need to get a release of liability signed? or is it too late because I've already paid?JA: The Personal Injury Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: I have notJA: Is there anything else important you think the Personal Injury Lawyer should know?Customer: We were at a dog park, off leash. My dog ended up puncturing the puppy's esophogus. There was a third dog there that started the incident, however they ran when everything went down.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Personal Injury Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.