Who Is at Fault in a Dog Bite Attack? - Mazow | McCullough, PC
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Who’s at fault in a dog bite attack?

There are two potential parties that are at fault in a dog bite case. The first is the owner of the dog, and the second is the person that is in control of the dog at the time of the dog bite attack. The person that is in control of the dog could be somebody that is walking the dog for monetary or non-monetary purpose. Both those parties, the owner and the person that is in control of the dog, are potently responsible for that dog’s bite.

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