For many dog owners, their dog is part of the family and also provides security to the home and family members. But what if your dog bites a trespasser? Are you still liable? Depending on the dog bite laws in your state, you could be liable for all injuries, medical bills and other losses stemming…

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If you’ve been bitten by a dog, you may be wondering “should I sue for dog bite injuries?” To sue over a dog bite or another injury caused by someone’s dog, you need to understand the statue of limitations for your state as well as how the law pertains to your particular situation. The Idaho dog…

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Idaho Code § 25-2810  contains the Idaho dog bite statute and applies to dangerous and at-risk dogs that cause injuries. Idaho Dog Bite Statute 25-2810.  DANGEROUS AND AT-RISK DOGS.  For purposes of this section: (1)  A person commits the crime of maintaining a dangerous dog or at-risk dog if the person owns, possesses, or harbors a dangerous dog…

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Chubbuck dog bite laws that are relevant to the ownership and control of a dog are as follows.  Please check the following link to city ordinances for any updates or changes to the laws: (https://www.sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=632; Chapter 9.20 Animal Control): ABUSE: A situation in which an animal has been the victim of intentional or negligent conduct…

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Dog bite attorneys can help victims that have been attacked by a dog by fighting to get the victim the compensation they deserve. According to the American Pet Products Association there are 70 to 80 million canine pets throughout America. That means between 37 percent and 47 percent of American households own a dog. While…

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Immediately after a dog bite it is important to know what to do to benefit your health as well as help any legal action that may need to be taken. The dog bite attorneys at Brent Gordon Law have handled many dog bite cases. Our dog attack attorneys understand the necessary steps to take to…

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Protect your kids from dog bites by teaching precautions around dogs. As the weather gets warmer more dogs will be outside. It is important to teach your kids safety precautions around dogs to avoid a dog bite. An estimated 4 million dog bites occur yearly. Of these nearly 800,000 end up in the hospital with…

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If you are bit by a dog, would you know what to do? Here are some quick tips you should know to keep yourself safe when bit by a dog. First and foremost, visit a doctor immediately after being bitten to be evaluated. By and large, dog bites could cause serious infection, injury or even death.…

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