Owning a dog is a great responsibility! In addition to the enjoyment a dog brings to your family, it can also cause a serious injury to someone in your neighborhood. You must remember to keep your dog leashed or otherwise confined to your property at all times, especially if you don’t have a fence. The law states that your dog cannot run freely off of your property, and if you and your dog are off of your property, you must keep your dog within your control. As always, be sensible and careful, and most of all, enjoy your canine friend!
Your Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Dog Bite Lawyers
Date: March 29, 2012
Posted In: Serious Injury
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David is a native of the Wyoming Valley and graduated from Pittston Area High School in 1990. He is a 1994 graduate of Penn State University and a 1999 graduate of The University of Akron School of Law. David practiced law at DLP in its Kingston office since August of 1999, and he has been a Partner in the firm since January of 2007.