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Dog Bites: When the Victim Shares Some of the Blame
Dog Bites: When the Victim Shares Some of the Blame

In several states, including the state of Illinois, plaintiffs who bear some responsibility in their own injuries may have to contend with a rule called " Modified Comparative Negligence ." Simply put, the rule means that if you share the blame for your injuries, you also ...

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Blog posts in Dog Bites

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    Understanding Illinois dog bite laws will help to shed light on liability in your dog bite case and discerning your chances of recovering damages in ...

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  • What To Do If You Suffer a Dog Bite Attack

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  • Dog Bite Statute of Limitations in Illinois

    In every state there are laws governing the length of time a claimant has to file a personal injury case. The “Statute of Limitations,” as it is ...

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  • Animal Attacks

    Unlike other states, Illinois law provides for damages in animal attack cases that do not necessarily involve an actual animal bite . The Illinois ...

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  • Dog Bite Damages

    When someone suffers a dog bite , the owner may bear the responsibility of covering the damages for that act and the cost can be hefty. A person ...

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