Landlords And Dog Bite Liability
If you were attacked by a dog on property that is owned by someone other than the dog owner, you may be able to make a liability claim against the landlord.
Knowing whom you can pursue a claim against can be confusing, even if you have navigated the legal system before. That is why people who have been involved in dog attacks turn to the experienced Texas lawyers of Willumsen & McRoberts Law Firm
Attacked By A Dog At A Rental Property?
The most common situation where a landlord might face liability for a dog attack is when he or she knows that a dangerous dog lives on the premises but fails to keep common areas safe for residents and guests. This can take the form of failing to maintain doors, gates or other barriers that keep dogs away from people.
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Learn whether you have a claim under Texas landlord dog bite liability laws by speaking with our experienced attorneys. Contact our offices in Houston or Katy by sending an email, or call 281-407-6611 or toll-free at 800-346-0139.
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