Two Parties Sued After Dog Attacks Passerby

by J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys | September 26th, 2014 | Blog, Negligence, Personal Injury

A quick stroll around your neighborhood with your beloved pooch as a companion can be the relaxing time needed after a stressful day. Unfortunately, this relatively safe act can potentially become dangerous if a negligent dog owner decides to leave their gates open. This became a harsh reality for a victim of an alleged dog attack who has now filed a lawsuit.

Fight in the Court

The victim of the attack filed the lawsuit against a dog owner and a property owner through his parent and legal guardian in Jefferson County District Court after he was allegedly attacked by four pit bulls in late April of this year. According to the lawsuit, the victim was walking his dog outside of the dog owner’s home when the four animals attacked. The complaint alleges the bites to the victim were severe enough to cause serious permanent damage.

The two parties named in the lawsuit are accused of negligence for failing to take the necessary steps to avoid the attack. The plaintiff is seeking to recover an unspecified amount of monetary damages.

Trusted Counsel at Your Side

A dog attack can bring an unsuspecting victim more than just physical pain. The trauma and financial troubles they may face can take a toll on their life and burden them for years after the accident. If you or a loved one has been the victim of a vicious dog attack, the personal injury attorney of the J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys is ready to fight for you.

With our legal representation at your side, you’ll be supported with comprehensive case-building techniques and unique legal practices. We will work around the clock to make sure a satisfactory outcome is reached. Contact our location in McAllen today to see where your case stands.


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