Fayetteville Animal Bite Lawyer, North Carolina

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Wade E. Byrd

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Williams v. Bird

... a civil action against Defendant Steven C. Bird alleging negligence and negligence per se as the result of a dog bite Plaintiff received ... To recover for injuries inflicted by a domestic animal, a plaintiff must allege and prove: "(1) that the animal was dangerous, vicious, mischievous ...

Harris v. Barefoot

... As a result of the attack, plaintiff sustained numerous injuries, including more than twenty injuries, including bite marks, lacerations, and skin tears. ... Swain v. Tillett, 269 NC 46, 51, 152 SE2d 297, 301 (1967). "If the plaintiff establishes that an animal is in fact vicious, the plaintiff ...

State v. Harris

... We affirm. On 23 June 2009, Officer Richard Canfield of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department was dispatched to assist animal control on a dog bite incident. When Officer Canfield arrived, he was informed that a black ...