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Snake Season

Filled under animal attacks, Bache & Lynch, Personal Injury on May 9, 2012 - no comments.

As the temperatures keep rising, so do the number of reported snakebites in Arizona. The Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center has a range of 150 to 200 reported snakebites each year, with less than 1 percent of those bites resulting in death. So far this year, there have been a reported seventeen rattlesnake attacks. Snakes are most dangerous during the early months of spring, when they come out of hibernation for food, according to

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Protect Your Pets This New Year’s Eve

Filled under Accident, animal attacks, Bache & Lynch, Personal Injury on December 30, 2011 - no comments.

New Year’s Eve is right around the corner and many people are going to be lighting fireworks in celebration.  While you might enjoy the festivities, your dog may be frightened by all the noise.  Here are some tips from the Humane Society of Southern Arizona(HSSA) on keeping your pets safe: 1. Keep all pets indoors and make sure they are equipped with a well-fitting collar and up-to-date ID tag. 2. Don’t tie out a pet

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Animal Attacks: Do I Have Rights?

Filled under animal attacks, Bache & Lynch on September 7, 2011 - no comments.

One might think that if he or she is attacked by a wild animal that there is no legal recourse. This may or may not be the case. In some instances, if a park or facility knew that a particular animal was a hazard and did nothing about it, they can be held liable if someone was seriously injured. If you are hurt seek medical attention immediately and keep all of your documentation.   Here in the

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Preventing Dog Attacks

Filled under animal attacks, dog bites, Personal Injury on September 28, 2010 - no comments.

As a responsible pet owner it is important that you take the time to properly train your pet to minimize the possibility of your dog attacking someone. The following steps outlined by the attorneys of Bache & Lynch will help in the positive training of your dog.

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