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Summary Judgment in Dog Bite Case

A young girl was bitten in the face by a pit bull. The plaintiff sued the dog owner, a tenant in a house, and the property owner. We represented the landlord and argued that a landlord out of possession has no duty to a tenant’s invitee, especially when she has no knowledge of the pet’s violent propensities. The court agreed and granted summary judgment.

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