• Superior Court
  • Litchfield J.D., at Litchfield
  • CV11-6005280S
  • Nov 06 2012 (Date Decided)
  • Danaher, J.
A dog-bite plaintiff can prevail against a defendant that does not own the dog, if the dog bite takes place on property that the defendant controls, and the defendant knows about the dog's dangerous tendencies.

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