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A useful tool in litigating “dog bite” cases (see my prior blog about how a “bite” is not necessarily involved) involves a professional assessment of the subject dog’s behavior.  Although a veterinarian, or the subject dog’s specific (or primary care) veterinarian, may be deposed or called as a witness, there are experts with qualifications, training, and experience as dog trainers, animal behavioral consultants, and forensics.  These experts are critical especially to the novice plaintiff’s attorney, and provide suggestions and guidance on how to construct a case and demonstrate the dangerous nature of certain animals.  They can provide insight into preserving evidence, gathering important records, and evaluating a dog’s behavior.

Ms. Morgan obtained her Juris Doctor from Chapman University School of Law in Orange, California. She contributes to the improvement of both the local and legal communities, having provided pro- and low-bono legal services, and volunteering at legal clinics and other programs serving the community. View Attorney Sara Morgan's Attorney Bio Here.

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