An Update From Our Firm Regarding COVID-19 Vermont Dog Law
Vermont does not have a Dog Bite Statute.
Common Law Liability
In Vermont, dog owners can be held liable for damages inflicted by their dogs, so long as the plaintiff proves that the owner’s negligence caused the injury.
Dangerous Dog Statute
Vermont does not have a Dangerous Dog Statute.
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An Update From Our Firm Regarding COVID-19 – Our Unyielding Commitment to Client Service
Edgar Snyder & Associates is dedicated to you and is here for you during this time of uncertainty. Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this outbreak.
In light of the current coronavirus outbreak, Edgar Snyder & Associates has been conducting business virtually to help ensure the safety of the community we serve and employ each day. The health and safety of our clients, employees, and partners are our top priority and focus.
What This Means to Our Clients
Our service, representation, and immediate response to our clients remains seamless. You can still reach us via phone, email, text, or by video chat in the exact same manner to which you’ve been accustomed. Additionally, we will meet with clients virtually, instead of face-to-face. We will rely on our state-of-the-art technology and 24/7 connectivity to operate flawlessly. Our high standards of service and representation will remain intact.
What This Means to Those in Need of Legal Help
Employing the latest technology allows you to meet with our lawyers and investigators and to sign all necessary paperwork using your telephone, tablet, or computer. Time limits run out and evidence disappears. Please give us the opportunity to help you preserve your rights by contacting us as soon as possible.