Most dog bites take place on the property of the owner of the dog.
If this person has a mortgage that generally means that the person has homeowners insurance.
Most homeowners insurance, and even renters insurance, covers dog bites.
Since most people don’t bother to read the fine print on their insurance coverage, it’s entirely possible that they simply aren’t aware of the available coverage on their policy.
An attorney can help determine what coverage is available and what can be done to help you.
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