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Seagrave v. Atzet (2004)

Plaintiff's Attorney:   Corey Evans

Topic: Damages - dog shooting

Jurisdiction:   CA - SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN

Year Case Filed:   2004

Name of the Document:   Complaint for Damages


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This California complaint arose from the shooting of plaintiff's golden retriever dog.  Plaintiff's dog was secure in the backyard which was bordered by a fence.  According to the complaint, defendant intentionally used a high-powered pellet rifle and shot the dog by positioning the rifle over or through the fence.  This injury resulted in plaintiff's dog's death.  The complaint raised three causes of action:  (1) intentional infliction of emotional distress; (2) conversion; and (3) violation of California Civil Code of Procedure Section 3340 (related to damages to animals).

 

Complaint for Damages (.pdf files 25.0 KB)

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