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A: In order to prove that the dog that attacked you was vicious, you will need to prove several criteria. An Atlanta personal injury lawyer needs all the details of your dog attack in order to successfully prove your case so make sure you are prepared during your initial consultation.
The terms “dangerous” and “vicious” are made distinct by state law. A dangerous dog is one that causes injury by seemingly minor actions, such as jumping or bumping against a person, or even by being too friendly. A vicious dog is one in which its actions are done with harmful intent and is often based on what other dogs of the same breed have a tendency to do.
Criteria for Labeling a Dog as Vicious
Whether or not the dog was vicious depends on the following criteria:
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