Cincinnati, OH – Woman Injured in Dog Attach on W 9th St
Cincinnati, OH (December 3, 2020) – One woman was left injured following a dog attack in the Cincinnati area on Wednesday. Just after 11 a.m., on December 2, the Cincinnati Police Department and EMS responded to the site of an animal attack in the 400 block of West 9th Street.
Reports show that a female was walking in the vicinity for undisclosed reasons when she was attacked by a pit bull. The woman sustained injuries as a result of the incident. Medical personnel responded to the scene of the incident and treated the woman. Police are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the attack.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.
Premises Liability in Ohio
Every year, tens of thousands of people are injured in accidents on another person’s property. Many victims suffer debilitating injuries that require extensive medical treatment and hospitalization. Quite often, those involved in these unimaginable incidents are unaware of legal options available to them.
In Ohio, premises liability cases are able to be filed in some instances where people are injured or killed on another person’s property. The injured party must prove that they were an “invited guest” to the property. Generally, bar patrons are considered invitees, or people who enter the property for business purposes. People who visit their friends’ homes are also protected. These guests are owed a duty of care from the property owner. When property owners fail to implement adequate security measures, and their guests are injured, they can be held liable for resulting injuries and damages. Working with Cincinnati, Ohio premises liability lawyers will ensure victims get the justice they deserve.
Over the years, the accident lawyers in Cincinnati, Ohio at Burg Simpson have fought aggressively to help victims throughout the state get the justice and compensation they deserve. Our team has extensive experience in helping victims of all types of premises liability cases. Whether a victim sustained injuries in a slip and fall incident or they were assaulted or seriously injured due to inadequate security measures, we strive to help them hold negligent property owners accountable. Our team investigates accidents for victims, gathers documents and evidence in support of their claims, and works with experts who can help determine the true costs of their injuries. Our personal injury attorneys in Cincinnati, Ohio stop at nothing to make sure victims get justice. If you were injured as a result of another person’s reckless, negligent, or careless actions, contact our Cincinnati, Ohio personal injury law firm at 800-330-2195 or 307-527-7891 to explore legal options available for you.
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