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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Walbridge v. City of Lincoln

... The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department-Animal Control Division (the Department), an agency of the City of Lincoln, declared the dog owned by appellants, James Walbridge and Sara Kay, to be a ... The bite occurred inside appellants' residence in Lincoln, Nebraska. ...

MONICA S. v. Nguyen

... and that the dog had not bitten any person or animal or been aggressive toward any person prior to the incident. Nesbitt testified that his dog had never exhibited any dangerous propensities. Nesbitt's girlfriend testified in a deposition that she never saw the dog bite anyone or ...

Underhill v. Hobelman

... [2] 790 In other words, every dog was entitled to "`one free bite.'" [3] However ... 5] We then discussed the statutory terms then in effect, which created strict liability for damages inflicted by a dog that was biting, "killing, wounding, worrying, or chasing" a person or domestic animal. ...