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Tips For Preventing Dog Bites

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

Dog bites are quite common in the United States of America. It is estimated that over 4.5 million people suffer dog bites in the United States every year. Dog bites are especially common among children. According to research, out of all the people who suffer dog bites, at least half are children. There are… Read More »

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Why Are Children At A Greater Risk For Dog Bites Than Adults?

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

According to the CDC, in the United States of America, dogs bite over 4.5 million people every year. Anyone can be bitten by a dog. However, research shows that children are the most common victims of dog bites. Also, children are at a greater risk of suffering severe injuries in dog attacks than adults…. Read More »

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Common Injuries From Dog Bites

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

According to the CDC, approximately 38% of households in America have one or more dogs. Dogs can have many positive effects on the lives of people. But dogs can also bite. According to the CDC, more than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs every year in America, and almost 800,000 receive medical attention… Read More »

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Avoid These Common Mistakes If You Have Been Bitten By Someone’s Dog In South Carolina

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

Dog bite cases are quite common in South Carolina. Fortunately, if a dog bites you in South Carolina, you can recover compensation from the dog owner even if they didn’t know their dog could bite. This is because South Carolina applies the “strict liability” law. However, after a dog bite, it is crucial that… Read More »

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How Much Can I Recover In My Charleston Dog Bite Injury Case?

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

After getting bitten by a dog in Charleston, South Carolina, you have the right to recover compensation. South Carolina applies the “strict liability” law when it comes to dog bite cases, which means you can recover compensation from a dog owner after a dog bite even if they didn’t know and couldn’t have known… Read More »

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