Does Massachusetts law allow us to sue for a dog bite injury?

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My son, a paperboy, was bit by a dog last week.   He had to get stitches and will miss some days of work.  Does Massachusetts law allow us to sue for that?

ATTORNEY ANSWER:
Yes. It is important to find out whether the dog’s owner owns a house, for if they do, then the homeowners insurance policy will provide the insurance coverage for the dog bite. Give us a call at The Oriel Law Offices: 508-872-8282 so that we can help your son obtain the damages he is entitled to.

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