Sunday, November 4, 2007

Home Owners are Strictly Liable for California Dog Bites

Some states have a one bite free rule. This means a dangerous animal like a dog can bite someone and basically receive a "get out of jail free card". Not so in California. There is no one bite rule. This means if your dog bites someone on your property, you pay no matter what. Even if someone is bitten by your dog while off of your property, you are strictly liable in tort.

This is called strict liability and you need to know about it, so you can take measures to assure your dog does not bite an innocent victim like a small child. Call our Ehline Law Firm PC Los Angeles personal injury attorneys at 888-400-9721 on our attorney hotline now to learn about yourl egal rights!

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Dog on a Leash

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