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Things To Know Before You Hire A Lawyer For Your Personal Injury Case

You see there is a long list of things you should know before you decide to hire a lawyer for your personal injury case. When it comes to hiring a Torrance Accident Lawyer, more often than not you’ll be tempted to just give a call to the first name you see online or in the […]


Car Accident Lawyer – Strategies to Find a Good Attorney

There is nothing worse than a car accident but there is one more thing which is even worse and it is getting into a case and inability to find a Personal Injury Lawyer in Los Angeles CA who could help with the right amount of claim. Though there are thousands of options which you can […]


Preventing Dog Bites to Children

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Experienced pet owners know how much responsibility and work are required to choose the appropriate dog to bring into the home and neighborhood where children are present. Dogs do not automatically know what behavior is expected from their owners. And many owners may not know how to properly raise or socialize a dog, or choose […]


What is a Virginia Dog Bite Injury Claim

If you are injured by a dog, then, generally, you must demonstrate that the dog owner or custodian was negligent. The owners and/or custodians of dogs are responsible for property damage and personal injuries caused by their dogs when the owners and/or custodians are negligent.  Negligence is defined as the owner or custodian failing to […]


Dog Bite Statistics

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According to a recent survey by the American Pet Products Manufacturers’ Association there are currently almost 75 million dogs in the USA. The National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (the “CDC”) in Atlanta, Georgia has indicated that dogs bite or attack nearly 2% of the U.S. population, which translates into more than 4.7 million […]