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Trial resumes for Siena students attacked by dogs

Posted on December 17th, 2013 No Comments

The Lenawee County Circuit Court will have its second hearing on Wednesday, December 18 over dog bite injuries caused to two Siena Heights University students.

The initial incident took place on August 15, 2010 when students on the track team, Kyle Smith and Jasmine Caldwell, were attacked by dogs while on a run. The attack took place off-campus on Academy Road.

In the first hearing, Smith and Caldwell’s legal team argued that the school was liable for the incident since the track runners were engaging in training for university-related athletics. Seina Heights University argued that, since the incident happened off-campus, they are not responsible for damages.

Dog bites and dog attacks can force victims to pay expensive hospital bills. If you have been attacked by an animal, you could be eligible for compensation from the responsible party. For legal advice in Michigan, contact Ravid & Associates, P.C.. Call us today at 877-PET-BITE  to talk to one of our attorneys.

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