The Ohio Dog Bite Book has received local recognition. Our Toledo, Ohio dog bite attorneys have been featured in local newspapers for the recent publication of their new book on dog bite injuries.
The Toledo Free Press, The City Paper, and The Metro Press all mentioned The Ohio Dog Bite Book as a great reference guide for those suffering a dog bite injury.
The Toledo Free Press focused on The Ohio Dog Bite Book as a public service to the citizens of Toledo. Read an excerpt here:
Working from the premise that “knowledge is power,” the attorneys hope to educate the public, as well as their clients, to improve their ability to facilitate the process of litigation, protect victim’s rights and ultimately arrive at the most beneficial solution.
The Metro Press focused on the number of Lucas County dog bites as well as the breed involved in those bites, along with Lucas County Dog Warden Tom Skeldon’s reaction to those numbers.
Pit bulls last year surpassed labs, shepherds and chows as the top breed whose bites required medical attention. Skeldon finds that noteworthy as there are fewer pit bulls in the country than the other three breeds…The attorneys write that Ohio has a strict liability law, which means a victim need only prove who owned the dog that bit them to establish liability for injuries. There are few defenses, such as, did the victim criminally trespass or tease, torment or abuse the dog.
If you or someone you know has suffered personal injury from a dog bite, order your FREE copy of The Ohio Dog Bite Book by contacting our office.