Factors to Consider When Pursuing Legal Recourse for Dog Bites in Rhode Island
January 20th, 2015
Your child has been bitten by a dog and suffered an injury. Now, you are wondering if you have legal recourse against the dog’s owner. It is important to know that in Rhode Island there is a law to handle these types of cases, and it requires certain criteria to be met.
Things to consider when evaluating your case: Was the dog on a leash at the time of the bite? Was it within its house or fence? Additionally, we will want to look into the dog’s past to determine if it had bitten or acted aggressively towards others before. These factors will help to determine the strength of your case.
For more information about this process, call me or visit our educational website at //bottarolaw.com. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at 866-529-9700.
Bottaro Law Firm LLC
100 Midway Road, Suite 15
Cranston, RI 02920