Can I sue if I was bitten by a dog in Michigan?
This means that if you or someone you know was bitten by a dog in Michigan while lawfully on public or private property, the owner of the dog is automatically liable for any injury or damage the dog causes as long as the dog was not provoked. In addition, Michigan law makes clear that people considered lawfully on the private property of the owner includes social guests, friends, family members, contractors, postal employees, utility company workers, newspaper carriers, and other who were invited onto the property for a business or social purpose.
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