What Are Your Rights If Your Pet Is Negligently Injured
Pam Nichols’s June Newsletter
To pet lovers, a pet is more than property. They are companions, therapists, play pals or warm pillows. Pets are part of the family! Anyone who has experienced the constant loyalty and love of an animal companion, it’s never “only just a pet.”
Yet, when the family pet is injured or killed through another person’s negligence, the courts limit damages to only the “market value” of the pet and stop short of considering sentimental value. If your pet is negligently injured or killed by a person or another pet, you should know your options for legal action.
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