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Dog Bites Dog..In Need Of Legal Advice?
Long Story Short...In My House Are 4 Girls And 5 Dogs. Two Of The Dogs Owned By My Roommate Constantly Bite At My Dogs Face. My Dog Never Did Anything Till The Hundredth Time. The Incident Was The Little Dog Bit My Dog In The Face And My Dog Bit The Little Dong Back. He Caused Damage And My Roommate Expressed Feelings Of Being Scared Of The Bigger Dog So I Surrendered Him To The Humane Society. Now My Roommate Wants Me To Pay For The Damages To Her Dog...Am I Responsible Even Though Her Dog Instigated It? The Dogs Were In The Apartment When The Bite Happened. Both Me And My Roommate Were There. There Has Never Been An Issue With My Dog Before And From My Roommates Mouth, &Quot;Your Dog(Biter) Is Like My Dogs(One That Got Bit) Best Friend, They Play Together All The Time.&Quot;
If you need legal advice on a dog bite then you need to contact a lawyer who knows the dog laws in your area. Laws regarding dog bites vary so greatly from one community to another that someone else who has had the exact same thing happen might have a totally different legal outcome. The real problem here is that it is probably going to come down to your word vs hers. Since the bite happened on private property that you both share there was no leash law violation. Frankly if I were in your shoes I would not have allowed the other dog to interact with my dog with the history of the other dog biting like that. Every dog has a bite threshold...a point at which they can't take any more and they bite back. It wasn't fair to your dog to put him in that situation again and again and ultimately he paid the price for your mistake. You might try pointing out to her that her dog had a history of attacking your dog and that your dog was defending himself in this interaction. You might also point out that you got rid of your dog because she was unable to control her dog.
Legal Advice For Assistance Dogs?
Okay, I Have A Question. I Am Finding Myself Getting More And More Housebound Due To An Incident. I Moved From The Problem Area To The City And Am Pretty Settled But I Am Finding It Harder And Harder To Leave The House Without My Dog. I Spoke To Ideas-Disability Information Service And Told Them And They Put Me Onto D.A.D.S Which Train Your Own Dog To Be A Service Dog But It Seems That Its Only Fo
R People With Physical Disabilites. I Decided To Put In An Application Anyway But You Have To Email Them With Basically An Essay As To Why They Should Help You With No Guidance As To What To Say Or Do. Has Anyone Else Had This Problem And If Not From A Professional Or Personal Point Of View What Could I Say Or Do. I Need To Get This Sorted Because Centrelink Want Me To Look For Work And I Really Want To Work But My Life Revolves Around Where My Dog Can And Cant Go.
You're putting the cart before the horse.
First, you need to figure out if you even qualify to have a service dog.
Your mental condition would have to be long standing and thoroughly documented by, if possible, more than one mental health professional. You would have had tried numerous medications, for a few weeks to months each, with documented proof they didn't work. The mental condition would have to substantially effect your life adversely every day, not occasionally. Your condition would have to fall under the Americans With Disabilities Act determination of a legal disability.
No Dr can write you a prescription for a service dog if you don't qualify.
If you pass the first step of being considered legally disabled under the ADA, step two would be "Is there a physical task which a service dog can perform that would mitigate your disability". The task must be directly related to your disability. If you had PTSD you couldn't have a service dog that picked up dropped items since that's not directly related to your disability. Poor hearing and vision that is improved by glasses or hearing aids would not be something that would justify the use of a service dog.
Only If you meet both qualifications can you legally have a service dog.
Providing comfort is not a legitimate task. Making someone feel better/more secure isn't a legal task. All "feel good or comfort" needs are fulfilled by Emotional Support Animals which do not have the same public access rights as service dogs and are not protected by the ADA. They are easier to qualify for though.
Having a service dog when unqualified, or placing a service dog best on a pet (a fake service dog) is considered federal fraud and you could face up to a year in jail, fines up to $20,000, high lawyer fees and confiscation of your dog.
Although I've never heard of DADS, if they want an essay, they want it from you, not someone else. Explain to them your condition and why you feel you need a service dog. They know the legal qualifications. Unfortunately, if they don't think you qualify, they won't approve you.
Do I Need Attorney To Appeal Property Taxes? Nj. Will It Help?
If you are simply appealing your valuation, you do not need an attorney, you can do this yourself. Gather the data on your neighbour's and do your comps. If you have a recent appraisal or a sale price, use that.
If that seems too difficult, there are property valuation appeals firms (usually just one man with a dog) that will file for you. They are paid by getting half of whatever you save.
Houston Attorney Referral For Lawsuit?
I Want To Sue A Company And Need Help Locating A Lawyer In The Houston Area. Any Referrals!!
An attorney will not represent you in a case such as this one, simply because the attorney fees would be more than your damages.
You should file in small claims for financial injury to recover your loses and criminal charges for credit/debit card fraud.
Generally, What Are The Defenses To An Aggravated Dwi?
In The State Of Nm, My Sister In-Law Blew A .22(.16 Is Considered An Aggravated Dwi Here). I'M Just Curious About The Possible Defenses. I Realize Every State Has Different Statutes...So Generally.
There is none. She got drunk voluntarily and drove her car in that condition. She is lucky she is not being charged with homicide by use of a vehicle.
Cap On Personal Injury?
Would You Be In Favour Of Continuing The Cap Or Removing The Cap On Personal Injury Awards For Soft Tissue Injuries, And Explain Why
"The memorable example of this is woman buys coffee spills coffee in lap sues because she wasn't told that the coffee was hot. Common sense says the coffee is hot unless you ordered it cold. Shouldn't be able to sue for that. And there are any number of examples."
The McDonald's coffee case is one of the least understood cases in American tort history. McDonald's ran a promotion which allowed people to have free/unlimited refills on their coffee. In order to keep costs down and limit the number of refills, they super-heated the coffee to a temperature which would cause serious burns if drank immediately. If this wasn't bad enough, the poured the coffee into traditional coffee cups. The problem here was that the cups were not rated for the temperature that McDonald's was heating their coffee to. The result - a person who ordered coffee (and was holding it inbetween their legs) had a cup melt on them and dump abnormally hot coffee all over them.
The person would have been seriously burned no matter how they were holding the cup, because it dissolved.