Colleen Harrington v. David Hovanec, and DOES 1 through 20 inclusive

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Year Case Filed:  2005 Jurisdiction Level:  California Case File Num:  SCV 14342 Drafting Attorney:  Corey Evans
Summary:

This California lawsuit arose from the negligent and/or intentional shooting of plaintiff's dog by defendant in May of 2004. According to the complaint, plaintiff's dog was shot at least thirteen times by defendant's two different guns.

Documents:  pbuscaharringtoncomplaint.pdf pbuscaharrington_brief_motioninlimine.pdf pbuscaharrington_decision_motioninlimine.pdf

This California complaint for damages raises five causes of action:  (1) gross negligence; (2) trespass to chattel; (3) conversion; (4) intentional infliction of emotional distress; and (5) violation of California Civil Code Section 3340 (related to damage to animals as property).  The lawsuit arose from the negligent and/or intentional shooting of plaintiff's dog by defendant in May of 2004.  According to the complaint, plaintiff's dog was shot at least thirteen times by defendant's two different guns.

 

 

 

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