Update: Dog Bite Case Ends in Pre-Trial Settlement

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Apr 13, 2018 11:14:43 AM


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Update: CVN received word that the case has settled before trial. 


CVN is proud to make our full, archived trial library more accessible than ever—at just $99 month-to-month!

To mark the launch of our best subscription plan ever, we’re offering FREE access to Wright v. Cranman, et al., an Atlanta-area dog bite case, live and on demand for the trial’s duration, to all of our CVN archive subscribers.*

Harlan Wood, of Atlanta’s Wood Craig & Avery, is expected to seek compensatory and punitive damages for bites a 7-year-old girl suffered when a German Shepherd attacked her at a playground.

According to court documents, the child’s family claims the dog’s owners failed to control the animal, whom they say may have had a history of biting. The dog’s owners, on the other hand, contend the dog was properly leashed, and the child, who they say was not supervised, provoked the animal into biting her.

CVN will provide live, gavel-to-gavel coverage of this 2-4 day-long trial, and CVN video library members can watch it for free.**

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* This offer applies only to CVN Video Library subscriptions.

**All subscription orders are final, regardless of the trial’s ultimate resolution.

Topics: Georgia, Wright v. Cranman