HERBERT & EBERSTEIN
Are you suffering from a bad dog bite injury?
The owner of a dangerous dog can be held liable. Call us if you have suffered an injury from a dog bite and need help.
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The "one bite rule" doesn't always apply to dog bite cases.
Lillian’s law, a law named after 76-year-old Lillian Stiles, allows for criminal charges against the owner of a dog that causes a person’s injury or death. However, there are no civil laws in Texas that protect the person who is injured. Texas follows case law that states the owner of the dog is liable if they knew that their dog was aggressive or dangerous and failed to keep the dog from others.
You might have heard of the “one bite rule”. This effectively states that the owner of the dog gets one bite free from consequences. But that is not necessarily the case. Most of the time when a dog viciously attacks another person, the owner has already had many warnings that the dog is aggressive and needs to be kept away from others. We will investigate your case and make sure that you know all your options before proceeding. Contact us now if you or a loved one has been injured by a dog bite.
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If you have been in bitten by an aggressive dog and have sustained an injury, please call us at (800) 653-7246. We will investigate and explore all your options with you.
We can also set up an appointment and talk via Zoom or meet in person; either at our office, your home, or hospital.
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