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Dog Bite Injury Claims and the “One Bite” Rule

Millions of people are bitten by dogs every year in the United States, approximately 4.5 million people according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevent...

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I was Attacked by a Dog, Who Pays for My Injury?

If you have been injured after a dog attack, you are likely not only frustrated with the fact that a dog bit you, but you may also be dealing with very serious ...

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Understanding the Frequency of Dog Bites in North Carolina

Although a substantial amount of people in the country have invited pets into their home, treating them as if they were another member of the family, it still r...

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What are the Dog Bite Laws in North Carolina?

Across the US, each individual state maintains different laws regarding dog bite injuries and animal attacks. Some take the approach of “strict liability,...

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Why Children are More Susceptible to Dog Bites

Unfortunately, dog bites injure countless victims each year in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that about 4...

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Dog Bites: What to do if your child has been bitten.

Children and shorter individuals are often at the highest risk for dog bites in Raleigh, North Carolina and the surrounding areas. While many people believe tha...

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Is a Dog Bite Injury Compensable?

When a young child or adult is bitten or attacked by a dog, the owner and the victim immediately become wary of what the future may hold. The pet owner may be f...

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Dog Bites Are No Laughing Matter

Dog bites are no joke – they affect as many as 4.7 million people in the US every year. According to a survey done by the Centers of Disease Control and P...

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