Yes you may be able to sue the landlord if renter’s dog bites and attacks you in Michigan. A dog bite victim can sue the landlord for injuries suffered if:
- The landlord was aware of the dangerousness of the tenant’s dog.
- The landlord knew of the dangerousness of the dog but did not take proper steps and precautions to prevent injuries by the vicious dog, such as posting warnings or erecting proper walls.
- If the location of the dog attack took place on the landlords property or next to it.
For more information after a dog bite injury and attack in Michigan by a renter’s dog, call our top rated Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. law firm office now at (800) 606-1717. Our experienced dog bite attorneys will discuss your case with you and explain your legal rights, as well as whether or not you do have the legal right to sue the landlord for dog bite injuries. Call now for your free consultation!