If you suffered an injury due to a
dog bite or attack in Georgia, you might be eligible to sue to dog owner for monetary
damages related to your injury.
Georgia’s Negligence Law
To prove that a dog owner is liable under Georgia law, the injured individual
must demonstrate the following elements:
- The dog is dangerous and vicious
- The dog owner was careless with the animal or let it “go at liberty,”
resulting in injury
- The injured individual did not provoke or aggravate the dog
Georgia is considered a “negligence” state, which means that
– in order to prove liability – an injured party must prove
that a dog owner knew that their pet was “dangerous” or “vicious”
and acted without reasonable care to restrain the dog or protect the other
individual from harm. In addition, the state law specifies that a leash
ordinance may be used to prove that a dog is capable of “vicious
Let Our Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer Help You
The Weinstein Firm, LLC, we are committed to helping those injured in a dog attack in Georgia.
With decades of experience, our
Atlanta personal injury attorney can thoroughly review your case and determine all of your available legal
options in order to obtain the monetary damages you deserve. Let us fight
tirelessly for you while you make the best recovery possible from injury.
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free initial consultation today.