Minnesota Running at Large Defined Attorneys

In the State of Minnesota, it is prohibited to allow your animals to run loose.  An owner can be sued for three times the amount of any damages caused by the animals if they allow their pets to run at large.

Minnesota Statute §346.16:

Running at large; defined; prohibited; triple damages

The herding of any animal of the species of cattle, horse, ass, mule, sheep, swine, or goat upon any land over the protest and against the will of the owner shall be deemed a running at large.

It shall be unlawful for any owner or any person having the control of any such animal to permit the same to run at large in the state.

Any person who shall knowingly permit the running at large of any such domestic animal [including dogs] shall be liable to the person aggrieved for treble damages sustained by the aggrieved person, to be recovered in a civil action brought for that purpose.

Contact Tarshish Cody if you have any questions about the running at large statute or dog bite lawsuits.  Our experienced personal injury attorneys are here to help you and we welcome your call at 952-361-5556 (or fill out the free Case Evaluation Form) today.

START YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CASE EVALUATION


yes no 





yes no 


yes no 

 


yes no 


yes no 



yes no 

  



 

From The BlogView All Personal Injury Posts

Was Your Insurance Claim Denied By State Farm? Learn What You Can Do.

Quick Facts About State Farm Insurance State Farm is an insurance company based out of Bloomington, Illinois. The company was founded in 1922 and has approximately 59,000 employees. The three most popular products offered by State Farm are auto insurance (with 84 million policies and accounts), fire insurance (28 million), and life insurance (8 million). […]

Read the full article →
Four Tarshish Cody Attorneys Selected as 2020 Minnesota Super Lawyers Rising Stars

July 27, 2020 — Minneapolis, MN:  Tarshish Cody attorneys Benjamin Tarshish, Scott Cody, Adam Strauss, and Kyle Kosieracki were selected to the 2020 Minnesota Super Lawyers Rising Star list. Tarshish Cody’s chair of both the Employee Rights and False Claims Act/Whistleblower practice groups, Scott Cody was selected for the third consecutive year. This was also […]

Read the full article →

Attorneys Practicing In This Area

No Fees Until You Collect No Fees Until You Collect

Featured By