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How To Prove A Dog Bite Case Based Upon Georgia Leash Laws

By Zagoria Law Firm LLC |

With any personal injury claim, there are certain elements you must prove to qualify for monetary damages. This requirement applies to dog bite cases, but the facts that you need to show may be different depending on the basis of the claim. Georgia’s dog bite statute requires evidence that the animal was vicious or… Read More »

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Georgia Leash Laws: What Constitutes A Safe Restraint To Prevent Dog Bites?

By Zagoria Law Firm LLC |

Georgia dog bite laws protect victims of canine attacks by allowing them to seek damages from an owner who carelessly managed the dog, but there is an important qualifier in the language: The statute on liability for dangerous animals states that, when proving the dog is vicious, it is sufficient to prove that it… Read More »

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3 Georgia Leash Laws Dog Bite Victims Should Know

By Zagoria Law Firm LLC |

When you think about leash laws in Georgia, your mind probably turns to how the requirements aim to prevent dog bites before they occur. What you may not realize is that regulations on leashes could actually impact your legal remedies after suffering injuries. The reason is that leash laws are related to liability and… Read More »

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