Practice Area
Dog Bite
Personal Lines in Oregon and Washington – 2021 Year in Review
Join Smith Freed Eberhard Partners Josh Hayward and Cliff Wilson as they discuss significant personal lines cases of 2021 in Oregon and Washington with a focus on the impact these cases will have on personal lines claims management. Webinar Available On-Demand Enter your email…
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Wednesday January 26, 2022 By: Josh Hayward
Pit Bull Attack: Is Landlord Liable for Dog Bite on Leased Property?
Legal Alert
Listen to Our Legal Alerts on the Following Platforms: From the desk of Jeff Eberhard: The Washington Supreme Court granted direct review (i.e., bypassing the court of appeals) on a claim of injury due to a pit bull. There were…
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Monday May 10, 2021 By: Jeff Eberhard
Dog Bite Dilemma
Success Story
Claims Alleged: Personal Injury Injury Alleged: Dog Bite Amount Claimed: $300,553 The Overview Smith Freed Eberhard achieved a favorable outcome for its client in a case arising from a dog bite incident. The Background Smith Freed Eberhard’s clients – the…
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Friday December 20, 2019 By: Cliff Wilson
Top 10 Things to Know About Discovery in the Information Age
White Paper
  Whether or not you viewed our webinar, Discovery in the Information Age, you'll want to download our complimentary cheat sheet that summarizes the key takeaways from the webinar about how you can better use technology to more effectively defend…
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Tuesday November 26, 2019 By: Jeff Eberhard
Discovery in the Information Age – Using Technology and Data to More Effectively Defend and Settle Your Claims
Smith Freed Eberhard Partner Bill Taaffe demonstrates how you can use technology and data to more effectively defend and settle your claims. Webinar Available On-Demand Enter your email below to request more information on this webinar. > Bill discusses: How…
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Thursday July 21, 2016 By: William Taaffe
Washington Case Update: Landlord Potentially Liable when Friend’s Dog Bites Invitee
Legal Alert
From the Desk of Kyle D. Riley: When a dog bites a person who is lawfully on the property, the case is normally analyzed under common law strict liability.  However, many states have applied a premises liability theory to these…
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Thursday June 23, 2016 By: Kyle Riley
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