Two separate dog attacks have occurred on the roadways of Madison County, Georgia in March 2014. A cyclist was surrounded and attacked by a group of dogs while riding in one incident and a jogger was attacked by a large dog in another. The dogs involved in both incidents were not up to date on their rabies vaccinations.
The more recent dog bite incident in Madison County, Georgia occurred on Saturday, March 15 when a cyclist was circled by several dogs that ran out of a yard. One of the dogs bit the cyclist on the lower leg and it was later determined that none of the dogs had been vaccinated for rabies. The dogs’ owners were issued a citation and the animals were impounded.
Earlier that week, Madison County Sherriff’s deputies and animal control officers responded to a dog bite involving a jogger. The jogger was attacked by a large dog and suffered a serious bite to her calf that required hospitalization. The dog was not up to date on its rabies vaccination, but tested negative. The dog was euthanized.
Dog owners have a duty to keep a watchful eye on their pets in order to ensure that they do not wander off and attack passersby. Dog bites can cause serious personal injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured by a dog attack, you may have a right to recover monetary damages against the dog’s owner. For a free confidential consultation, please call 617-787-3700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to speak with an expert Massachusetts animal attack attorney, Massachusetts personal injury accident attorney or Boston, MA wrongful death lawyer.
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