Aug 11th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

Ezekiel Elliott, the famed footballer with the Dallas Cowboys, maybe finding out the hard way (yet again) that dog owners are responsible for the damage their dog’s cause when they attack. Elliott, along with landscaping company Perfect Synthetic Grass, is facing a lawsuit that seeks more than $1 million in damage stemming from the May […]

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Jul 28th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

Three North Olmstead residents and a police officer were attacked by a pack of dogs in the span of 11 days. The police officer was bitten as he tried to deliver a letter from the mayor to the dog owner. The letter was regarding the previous three incidents. Dog owners accept the responsibility of both […]

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Apr 28th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

Experts are claiming the pandemic has contributed to the steep rise in dog bites. After the shutdowns last March, people were spending an unprecedented amount of time at home. While all the extra attention should have put dogs at ease, animal experts believe the sensitive animals picked up on the stress and anxiety of the […]

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Mar 3rd, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

A dog belonging to someone else has bitten you. The dog’s owner must pay for your injuries. That is the law in Ohio and a Toledo dog bite injury attorney can help you recover from your injuries. Dogs are generally friendly companions for people.  After all, they are ‘man’s best friend’. Unfortunately, there are circumstances […]

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Dec 9th, 2020
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

What do you do when your three-month old son was just bitten in the face by the neighbor’s yellow lab? My friend looked at her son, now ten, as he played on the floor with their dogs. “What do you do?” she asked me again. Jaden had been playing on a blanket outside their home […]

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Feb 14th, 2018
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

If a dog bites you, against whom can you bring a claim? The owner of the dog is an obvious choice, but many tenants do not have renter’s insurance. Landlords can be held liable for dog bites/injuries under limited circumstances. By statute (R.C. 955.28), the “harborer” of a dog is liable. In the landlord-tenant context, a […]

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