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Can a Landlord be Held Liable for a Tenant’s Dog in a Florida Dog Bite Case? Attorneys must consider when discussing any type of personal injury case with a new client is whether the at-fault person has insurance, access to insurance or assets.
Is "One Free Bite" A Proper Defense In A FL Dog Bite Case? While it may be appropriate in some states, dangerous dogs are not entitled to "one free bite" in Florida. Dog owner can be held strictly liable for dog bite.
5 Professional Tips For Avoiding Dog Bites For questions regarding a Florida dog bite case, or if you have a dog bite claim and are facing any resistance from a homeowners insurance company, call us at 407-644-4444.
"Dangerous" Dog That Bit 3-Year Old Might Not Be Covered By Insurance Florida law makes Monty's owners responsible for Erica's damages. The problem in many of these cases is that dog owners often do not have the assets or the financial ability to pay damages.
Dog Bite Claims Up 30% In Last 6 Years The Insurance Information Institute is reporting that dog bite claims have increased 6.4% in the last year, and almost 30% over the last six years.
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