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What if my Pet or Dog is Hurt or Killed in an Accident?

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Can you be compensated if somebody else hurts or kills your dog? The answer is here!

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► What happens if somebody else hurts your dog or kills your dog, like in a car accident or something like that? Can you be compensated for that in Georgia? The answer is yes, but not quite in the way that we might expect. Georgia law treats dogs as property. No matter how great they are, unfortunately Georgia Law treats them just as property so you could be compensated for the market value of your dog, if such a thing exists. What you can’t be compensated for, unfortunately, is what you really ought to be compensated for, and that’s the sentimental value of the dog and everything that your dog is really worth. Like for example, my dog, Lou, the firm’s mascot, is the greatest dog there ever was. But if she was hurt, I couldn’t be compensated for her full value, although I could probably get something.

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