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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Labaj v. VanHouten

... LP (collectively "TCAG"), appeal from a judgment rendered in favor of Appellee, DeeAnn VanHouten, following a jury trial of her dog bite case ... a new trial because there was no evidence that the dog in question had dangerous propensities that were abnormal for an animal of her ...

Watson v. State

... He testified that each of the four dogs could have made any of the marks, but said that he could not say exactly what type of animal inflicted the wounds. He also acknowledged that, from the bite-mark pattern, he could not say exactly what species had made the marks and that ...

Muela v. Gomez

... [2] A person injured by a dog bite may sue the owner in strict liability or negligence. An owner of a vicious animal may be strictly liable for damages while an owner of a non-vicious dog may be liable for negligent handling. Bushnell v. Mott, 254 SW3d 451, 452 (Tex.2008). ...