Dog mauling victim blames city, (management) company for attack (TX)

According to emails sent by Jensen and her neighbors, the company hired to manage the property’s homeowners association, Goodwin Management, Inc., were aware of the problem.  Starting in October, Jensen emailed Goodwin that one female dog is “very aggressive.” In April, another neighbor wrote “we feel hostage in our homes.” A customer service representative for KB Home, the neighborhood developer, wrote to Goodwin that, “I think we are opening ourselves up to liability.”   Read the article……..


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