An Owner’s Liability For The Acts Of Its Dog

An owner of a dog who knows, or has reason to know, that his or her animal has a vicious disposition or a vicious propensity will be strictly liable for injuries or property damage caused by its animal. The term “vicious disposition” includes not only “biting”, but also the jumping up and on to people,…

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Reports Have Surfaced That Bayer CEO Will Propose A Settlement of Nearly $8 Billion to End Roundup Litigation

As a response to the increasing number of lawsuits concerning Roundup weedkiller and its primary ingredient, glyphosate, discussion is intensifying regarding a likely settlement. Here, the consumer product liability attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. discuss recent updates regarding the Roundup litigation and what it could mean for individuals harmed by…

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Will my Personal Injury Lawyer Handle my Property Damage Claim?

A New York personal injury lawyer will take care of your property damage claim as part of your case when a personal injury lawsuit is being pursued, due to severe injuries caused by another party’s negligence. However, lawyers typically do not handle claims for property damage that are unaccompanied by serious physical harm. It is…

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