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Are Pitbulls More Dangerous Than Other Dogs?

31st May 2023

The pitbull is an intimidating dog with a muscular body, broad head, and powerful jaws. It’s no wonder when some people are asked, “Are pitbulls more dangerous?” They say yes. Not only is this not fair, but it’s also flat-out wrong. Any dog that’s provoked or mistreated can attack. The following is a look at… Read more »

Do I Need to Hire a Dog Bite Injury Attorney?

30th December 2022

You might have recently suffered a frightening dog attack, and you’re wondering if you should take legal action against the owner. If the dog bite led to you needing medical help, then you definitely need to hire a dog bite injury attorney as soon as possible. There’s no reason you should have to pay for… Read more »

How to Prove Fault in a Dog Bite Claim - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Personal Injury Attorneys How to Prove Fault in a Dog Bite Claim

6th May 2022

If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, there’s a very high likelihood that it was the most terrifying experience of your life – and probably the most painful, as well. You’ve not only suffered major injuries, you’ve also incurred substantial monetary losses due to medical expenses and lost wages. Even worse, the insurance… Read more »

Do I Have a Dog Bite Injury Case - sand law pllc north dakota animal attack personal injury attorneys Do I Have a Dog Bite Injury Case?

30th December 2021

When you’re near a dog you don’t know, whether that’s in a friend’s home or you’re on a dog-friendly patio at a local restaurant, you probably do whatever you can to avoid suffering a bite. But bites can happen, no matter how many precautions we may take. If this has happened to you, there’s a… Read more »

Dog Bite Injury Answers - Tips to Avoid or Minimize a Dog Attack Injury - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Animal Attack Personal Injury Attorney Dog Bite Injury Answers: Tips to Avoid or Minimize a Dog Attack Injury

15th April 2021

A dog bite injury can be devastating or even fatal. Each day there are 1,000 citizens in the United States who require emergency medical treatment for serious injuries. In a 13-year period from 2005 to 2017, there were 433 fatalities associated with dog bite injuries and attacks. Most fatal attacks occur because of Pit bulls (65.6%) and Rottweilers (10.4%)…. Read more »