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Hasan kuzu dog found in car

I just got back from vacation in Florida. I was on the news as being in a hit and run with my dog inside the car. It is horrible, I'm in a great deal of distress. Can anyone please help me and tell me how bad it is? Can I sue him and the state? Does anybody have any advice as to what I should do? Please help.

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I just spoke to a friend of mine, an attorney, who was very helpful to me. I was hit by a drunk driver when we were walking my dog. He was the one who got hit. It was the first time I had heard of a law that allowed someone to be hit while walking their dog, which is what my friend and I discussed. She told me that I would probably be OK if I had the dog in the car with me. However, in the case that you were involved, I don't know how you could be sure that the driver would not drive off the road. The fact that you were walking the dog does not make it any more of an acceptable risk, as your dog could get out and be run over. If you have him in the car, you are taking a chance that he will get out or get hurt. I'm sorry for what you are going through, but I cannot give any advice about legal issues. I wish I could, but I cannot. I hope you get the help you need.

I was in this situation last year and I spoke to an attorney. He advised me that the State would probably take my dog, and I might be entitled to damages for the loss of my dog. He also sd that if the dog was in the car with me, I could be entitled to damages as well, and that it was unlikely the dog could be returned to me. He sd the state would probably pay to have the dog euthanized, and then reimburse me for my vet bill. I decided not to pursue the issue.

Hi,

I hope you get the help you need. This is the law. It doesn't matter if he hit you or if you were hit. You would have to sue him because he left the scene. This is a state law. You cannot sue the state. You cannot sue the county for being too stupid to enforce the law. You cannot sue the state for negligence because that is what they do for a living. I am no lawyer. I wish I knew the law better. I hope you get the help you need.

You don't need a lawyer. You can sue him for negligence, and you can get money for the loss of your dog. All you need to prove is that he hit you with his vehicle and you weren't at fault, and you didn't leave the scene. He should be very lucky that you aren't taking him to court. I'm sorry for your loss.

I just spoke to a friend of mine, an attorney, who was very helpful to me. I was hit by a drunk driver when we were walking my dog. He was the one who got hit. It was the first time I had heard of a law that allowed someone to be hit while walking their dog, which is what my friend and I discussed. She told me that I would probably be OK if I had the dog in the car with me. However, in the case that you were involved, I don't know how you could be sure that the driver would not drive off the road. The fact that you were walking the dog does not make it any more of an acceptable risk, as your dog could get out and be run over. If you have him in the car, you are taking a chance that he will get out or get hurt. I'm sorry for what you are going through, but I cannot give any advice about legal issues. I wish I could, but I cannot. I hope you get the help you need.

I can't speak for what the state will do, but in most states a hit-and-run driver can be sued if you are not at fault. The courts look at fault. The driver who hit me was driving the wrong way in the road, so he could have been sued for damages to his vehicle, etc. I don't know what the damage was in this case.

The state will reimburse you for the loss of the dog. I would suggest that you contact the State Dog Pound, and see what they can do. I'm sorry for your loss. I hope you get the help you need.

I can't speak for what the state will do, but in most states a hit-and-run driver can be sued if you are not at fault. The courts look at fault. The driver who hit me was driving the wrong way in the road, so he could have been sued for damages to his vehicle, etc. I don't know what the damage was in this case.

The state will reimburse you for the loss of the dog. I would suggest that you contact the State Dog Pound, and see what they can do. I'm sorry for your loss. I hope you get the help you need.

That's great news. Thank you very much. I have talked to two lawyers and they both think that I would probably be awarded some compensation for my dog. One is an attorney that works for the state, and one is a private attorney that is not on retner with the state. I'm trying to see how much the state would pay for the loss of the dog.

In our state, the dog must be impounded at the pound for at least 15 days. In our state, a hit-and-run driver is not entitled to a free pass.

In the first 24 hours, I would want to see how much I would be awarded. The state is not going to pay you for your dog. They will probably pay you an amount to have the dog euthanized. However, it depends on whether the driver had insurance or not. If he did have insurance, they will only pay you $250. If he did not have insurance, they will probably give you $1000, if you want to see how much you can get


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