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Can Someone Other Than the Owner be Responsible for a Dog Bite Attack in Rhode Island?

dog-bite-2-1024x682In dog bite cases, it’s important that all potential parties are named in the lawsuit or in a claim. These parties would include not only the person that owns the dog, but can also conceivably include a landlord if the dog bite occurred on a rental property, or a different owner of the property other than the owner of the dog. So it’s very important that if you’re involved in a dog bite, you come to Murphy and Fay. We’ll sit down and discuss this with you and find out all the appropriate parties that should be named. In many cases, it’s not just the person that owns the dog.

This informational blog post was brought to you by Mark A. Fay, an experienced Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyer.

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