Injured by a Dog? | Toledo Dog Bite Lawyer

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Ohio dog bite law exists, in part, to simplify the often complex principles of a personal injury case. In the average personal injury case, an injured party has the obligation to prove that there was a: duty, breach, that caused, damage. Duty and breach can be established in a variety of ways, but showing that a duty exists can be a highly technical and fact specific undertaking. As a result, Ohio has instituted a strict liability statute. What this means is that in order to recover, an injured party has a much easier road as duty and breach is already established by statute. In simple terms, the fact that a dog injured someone is enough to hold that owner strictly liable. This is subject to a few narrow defenses.

 

If you or a loved one have been injured by a dog, call Toledo Dog Bite Lawyer Dennis E. Sawan today at 1-866-INJURY-0 or 419-900-0955.

 

 

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Strict Liability | Toledo Dog Bite Lawyer | 1-866-INJURY-0
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Toledo Dog Bite Lawyer Dennis E. Sawan explains Ohio’s strict liability dog bite statute in this video. For more call 1-866-INJURY-0 or visit www.toledocounsel.com. Licensed to practice law in Ohio and Florida.

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