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Bulldogs Attack Women And Kill Her Dog

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Two Hollywood women were attacked by bulldogs recently during a tragic incident while the one woman was out walking her terrier. The bulldogs broke loose and began to attack the woman walking her dog; a second woman ran to assist her and was also attacked by the bulldogs. Both women suffered injuries as a… Read More »

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Understand Dog Bite Personal Injury Cases in Florida

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When it comes to dog bites, Florida diverges slightly with other states with regard to owner liability. In many states dog owners have some liability protection. In those states, dog owners are not liable for injuries to other individuals for the first time their dog bites someone if they had no reason to believe… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Dog Bites in Florida

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that nearly 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, and half are children. The Florida Department of Health reports on their website that “each year, over 600 Floridians are hospitalized due to injuries from dog bites, and an average of two Floridians die from… Read More »

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Are Owners Responsible for the Actions of Their Pets?

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When you see a cute dog on the street or while visiting a friend, many times your first instinct is to reach out and pet the dog, but is this smart? While a dog may look friendly at first glance, sometimes unpredictable behaviors may emerge that put you or a loved one in danger…. Read More »

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