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Category Archives: Dog Bites


Protecting Yourself Against Dog Bites and Attacks

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Daytona Beach is a dog friendly town, with plenty of places for pet owners to enjoy outings with their pooches. While owners are generally required to keep their furry friends leashed and under control at all times, it is not uncommon to encounter them running free. Unfortunately, this creates a public hazard and can… Read More »

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Florida Woman Dies from Dog Bites

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Dog bites continue to be a serious problem in Florida and around the nation. Although you might not think that dog bites are very serious, several people die each year from them, and others suffer devastating infections requiring strong antibiotics. A recent story out of Orlando is cause for concern. A volunteer at a… Read More »

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Are Dog Bites More Common in Florida?

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Florida residents own a lot of dogs. But does the state have more dog bite claims than other states? According to a recent report in the Sun Sentinel, the answer appears to be “no.” In fact, Florida’s rate of dog accident claims is lower than the nationwide rate. The Insurance Information Institute looked at… Read More »

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Another Horrific Pit Bull Attack

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

A Daytona Beach woman stabbed her pit bull to death to stop it from mauling herself and her husband. This is only the latest incident involving pit bulls that showcases how dangerous these dogs can be. At Bundza & Rodriguez, our Daytona Beach dog bite lawyers represent victims of these horrific attacks, so please… Read More »

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