Owners of the Deadly Dogs in the US Illegally

Owners of the Deadly Dogs in the US Illegally

by / Friday, 01 August 2014 / Published in Dog Bites

We recently covered a story about 46 year-old Craig Sytsma who was mauled to death by two deadly mastiff-like dogs in Metamora Township, Michigan. These deadly dogs have past viscous tendencies and they are set to be euthanized.

However, now the owners are facing more legal troubles. The owners, a 45 year-old Italian man and a 44 year-old Albanian woman, are facing deportation charges for allegedly bribing a customs agent to keep them illegally in the country. As charged, the two paid $3,000 to fraudulently obtain political asylum.

This entire event is so unfortunate. Craig Sytsma lost his life because of two dangerous dogs. Goodwin & Scieszka’s condolences go out to the family members and friends of Mr. Sytsma who have been affected.

Our law firm has been handling Michigan dog bite claims for over 30 years. This is among one of the most horrific claims we’ve ever heard about. Dog bites and attacks don’t usually lead to death.

As a reminder to our readers, if you’ve been injured by a dog bite you may be entitled to a settlement or financial compensation. After a dog or animal bite it’s very important to contact a Michigan attorney as soon as possible. Don’t risk waiting. Witnesses, victims, medical care providers, and police may not have a clear memory of your dog bite accident and circumstances weeks or months after. Get the justice you deserve.

Our Michigan lawyers have already handled many Michigan dog bite cases, and we’re ready to help you win a fair and just settlement. Call us anytime, 24 hours a day, and we will be happy to serve you. Remember, our attorneys fight for you. And if you’re concerned that you can’t afford our services, don’t worry, you can. We handle all of our Michigan dog bite claims on a contingency fee basis. That means that you pay nothing out of pocket until we either settle or fully litigate your claim. Contact us today.  

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