There can be numerous scenarios in a dog bite case, and determining liability depends on a few factors. If you are bitten in a house, it makes a difference in your case whether the owner of the dog also owns the house or is a renter. If the dog’s owner is a renter, you can claim landlord liability. However, you must prove that the landlord knew the dog was on the premises and that the dog was dangerous. Without the right evidence and the right attorney, a dog bite case can be difficult to prove. If you have been bitten by a dog and are considering filing landlord liability, contact San Diego dog bite attorney Mark C. Blane. Call toll free today at 888-845-6269 or visit his website, where you can order a FREE copy of his book, California Personal Injury Guide: The Ten Secrets You Need To Know About Your Injury Claim, BEFORE You Call A Lawyer.