Khang v. Morones

In the case of Khang v Morones , Christina Khang was a dog bite victim while walking in a public park. The Defendant’s Rottweiler was on a leash, but being “controlled” by his young son, who could not prevent the unprovoked attack. Christina suffered bites to the top of her head and her arms. The Defendant’s homeowner’s insurance agreed to pay the policy limit of $300K before the necessity of litigation. Stewart P. Galbraith of Penney & Associates represented Ms. Khang.

Settlement: $300,000.00
Location: Oroville, CA

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