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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Crabtree v. Johnson

... A dog is not necessarily regarded as entitled to one bite. It is enough that the possessor of the animal knows that it has on other occasions exhibited such a tendency to attack human beings or other animals or otherwise to do harm as should apprise him of its dangerous ...

Patterson v. Rank

... The owner of a dog shall be liable to an injured party for all damages done by the dog, when the dog is caught in the action of worrying, maiming, or killing a domestic animal, or the dog is attacking or attempting to bite a person, except when the party damaged is doing an ...

Welcher v. SPEES

... A Waterloo postal carrier filed an action against a dog's caretaker, alleging she was negligent in the "handling of a dangerous animal" and, by ... The jury returned a verdict in favor of Spees, finding Butchie did attempt to bite Welcher, but the attempt was not a proximate cause of ...