I Was Hurt by a Dog, Not Bitten: Do I Have a Case?
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I Have Been Hurt by a Dog, Not Bitten: Do I Have a Case?

You don’t have to be bitten by a dog to be injured by a dog.  If a dog attacks you, wrestles you to the ground or scratches you, or hurts you in any other way, you can still bring a claim against the dog owner or the person that’s in control of that dog for failing to maintain control of that dog. My name is Robert Mazow, I’m a partner of Mazow McCullough.  If you’ve been hurt or a family member has been hurt as a result of somebody else’s negligence, call us.  The right lawyer makes all the difference.

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