I turned my friends dad in for dropping off a dog at a river , and leaving it next to the river by a highway and animal control left them a note They didn’t anwser the door to animal or the note control so a cop showed up at there door , is it possible for them to sue they got a lawyer but all i... Read more »
answered on Jul 17, 2020
They can try, but they will lose. So it is unlikely you will be sued for this. I would be shocked if an attorney took a case like this. You’re more than likely safe from a lawsuit.
The speed limit where I live is 10mph there is no way they could’ve hit my dog that hard if they were going the speed limit.
answered on Sep 11, 2018
A number of issues the biggest of which is all they owe you is the market value of your dog, not the emotional value. I don't see it, but feel free to ask other attorneys
Is it my responsability?
answered on Oct 4, 2016
Likely no, but report it to your homeowners insurance (& car insurance) just in case--let them deal with it.
If they stuck their hand in, likely you are not guilty of anything, Over the top is a bit different, possibly, depending on what they were doing. Hopefully you don't have a... Read more »
The person in question was walking to a communal mail box and there is about 3-4 feet of space between the wall and mail box. He got too close to the wall and was bit. The dog has never bit anyone before and has been located in the same part of the yard for over 2 years--so the person being bit has... Read more »
answered on Apr 24, 2016
It appears that New Mexico does not have a dog bite statute in place for strict liability. The dog bite victim will need to show a prior dog bite OR negligence on the part of the dog owner. The victim could argue that you knew or should have known of the dog's aggressiveness and dangerous... Read more »
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