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DogBites2Guest and Gray, P.C. is committed to helping dog attack victims recover top dollar for their injuries. Dogs are often thought of as “man’s best friend”, but that is not always the case. This is especially true in Texas where we lead the nation in Dog Bite Fatalities. Dog’s can attack without warning and for no apparent reason. Guest and Gray, P.C. has represented numerous dog bite victims in the Dallas, Forney, and Rockwall county areas and recovered top dollar for their injuries.

Establishing “Negligence” in a Dog Bite Case

In order to recover damages after a dog attack, the injured victim must show that the owner, aware of the dog’s aggressive tendencies, failed to use reasonable care to prevent the dog from harming someone. For instance, if the owner of a known aggressive dog regularly lets the dog out in the street or neighborhood, and that dog attacks someone, the homeowner will likely be liable under a negligence theory of recovery in Texas.

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RockwallHarbor2Guest and Gray, P.C. is a local law firm in Rockwall and Kaufman counties, that is focused on serving its local community. Guest and Gray, P.C.’s Rockwall county personal injury lawyers have one goal: fighting for the rights of injured Rockwall, Fate, Royse City, and the surrounding areas, including Rowlett.

We have helped countless Rockwall citizens recover top dollar against negligent drivers and their insurance companies. With our experience and knowledge of personal injury law, we fight tooth and nail with the insurance companies to ensure that our clients are fully compensated for their injuries, including damages for lost wages, pain and suffering, mental anguish and much more.

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Scales-300x132Wrongful Death cases are hard on everyone involved. When a tragedy occurs that results in the loss of life of a loved one, it can be hard to understand what you need to do next. Here is a simple break down of the steps that the family of a deceased individual who has been killed as a result of someone else’s negligence must take in order to secure recovery after a wrongful death occurs.

What is Wrongful Death?

Wrongful death is defined in Texas under Chapter 71 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code. The Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code provides a cause of action under the following circumstances: