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3 reasons your dog bite case may be dismissed

Dogs can be a great source of companionship. Unfortunately, these fluffy canines can be a great source of pain when they become aggressive. While anyone can be a victim of a dog attack, children are often more vulnerable, thanks to their stature. A dog attack can...

The basics of Connecticut leash and dog bite laws

There are state laws that govern how dog owners should properly handle their pets. In most states, they are legally required to put leashes on their dogs in public. If the dog attacks someone, the owner is held liable for any injuries or property damages. Connecticut...

What could a bicyclist do when attacked by a dog?

Prey run, and natural predators might chase things that move. Such advice seems helpful to those living in areas known for mountain lions and other dangerous creatures. Similar advice may apply to Connecticut bicycle commuters who pass large and dangerous dogs. Then...

What is Connecticut’s dog bite law?

Connecticut's dog bite law states that the owner of the dog is liable if the animal causes injury to the person or property of another. It also applies if the injured person wasn't trespassing when the bite occurred. The victim must also not have been teasing, abusing...

Have you been bitten by a dog in Connecticut?

As a resident in Connecticut, you likely run into dogs several times a day, even if you aren't a pet-owner yourself. Whether it's a neighbor's dog, a family dog, or just the dog of a stranger passing by on the street, there are plenty of canines and canine lovers...

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