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Which dog breeds were behind the most dog bites in Lincoln?

Dog bites happen all over the country, including in cities throughout Nebraska. Last fiscal year, well over 300 dog bite incidents occurred in the Lincoln area. These incidents involved many different breeds. Which dog breeds were involved in the most dog bite incidents in the Lincoln area in fiscal year 2015-2016? The top spot was held by pit bills, with 46 bites. Holding the next four spots were: Labradors (33 bites), German shepherds (17 bites), boxers (13 bites) and Chihuahuas (10 bites). As a note, each of the above breed categories includes mixes.

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Dog bite prevention tips parents can give their kids

Among the things kids may encounter when playing outside are neighborhood dogs. Many kids love dogs, and may have a strong desire to pet dogs they come across. While petting dogs can be an enjoyable activity, it can also have its safety risks, even in relation to dogs a child knows well.

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The aftermath of a dog bite incident

A dog attack can be a truly terrifying and traumatic experience. There are all sorts of fears that may flash through a person’s head over the course of a dog bite incident. However, the aftermath of such an incident can have its own set of fears connected to it.

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Law puts new safety requirements on Nebraska landlords

Everyone wants the place where they live to be safe. How safe a person’s residence actually is can be impacted by many factors. When they are renting their residence, one of these factors is how vigilant their landlord is when it comes to safety matters regarding the property.

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Winter is coming – watch your step!

As the weather gets colder, personal-injury lawyers throughout the United States brace themselves for the incoming flood of slip-and-fall cases. Even considering the unpredictable nature of winter in Nebraska and Iowa, icy conditions can all too often combine with other hazards to cause serious injury.

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