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Seattle leash laws and dog bites

By Emerald Law Group |

At Emerald Law Group, we are Seattle dog bite lawyers representing people that have been attacked and injured by someone else’s dog. Often the dog that attacked one of our clients was not on a leash. However, we have represented clients in situations where the attack occurred even when the dog was on a… Read More »

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Dog Bite Injuries Warrant A Payout: Seattle Dog Bite Lawyer

By Emerald Law Group |

According to an article in the Tacoma News Tribune, Washington ranks 20th in the nation for the number of dog bite claims brought for injuries suffered in dog attacks. Insurers paid out a total of $13.7 million dollars for 337 reported claims— an average of about $40,000.00 per claim. Dog bites can leave scars… Read More »

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Dog Bites and the One Free Bite Rule

By Emerald Law Group |

We represent dog bite victims all over Washington State. If you are bitten by a dog, you need the help of an experienced Seattle dog bite attorney because dog bite cases may present some unique challenges. Many dog bite victims know or are familiar with the dog that attacks them, it’s often a dog… Read More »

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Horrible Dog Attack in Olympia

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A horrific dog attack took place in Olympia last Sunday that left a 92-year-old woman in critical condition and facing multiple limb amputations. According to news reports, the woman was attacked by four mixed-breed dogs and severely injured. From the details of the various news reports it appears the victim was not trespassing and… Read More »

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Dangerous Dogs

By Emerald Law Group |

You may have heard the saying, “there are no bad dogs, only bad owners.” Whether that is true or not is up for debate, but the insurance industry clearly thinks certain breeds are inherently bad. In fact, certain breeds are blacklisted by insurers. How does that affect someone who is attacked and injured? The… Read More »

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