"CLAIMS ARE GOING TO THE DOGS"
An auto client left home to pick up her mother-in-law, and had her boxer in the back seat on it's leash. After picking up her mother-in-law, the client and her mother-in-law argued about dinner that evening. Exasperated, my client stopped at the grocery store. It was a hot, summer afternoon, and the mother-in-law stayed in the car with the dog.
 
The windows of the car were down, as a young couple pulled into the next parking spot. Unfortunately, this young couple were also in the middle of a disagreement. They were yelling at the top of their lungs, and the young lady angrily got out of the car and slammed the door.

As she got out of her car, she leaned against my client's vehicle. Even though the boxer was on a leash, it jumped through the open back window to bite the young lady on her arm. The good news is, my client got to keep her dog. Claims agreed the dog felt threatened by the arguments and all the strangers. The boxer was simply defending its territory.
 
The morale to the story is take your dog in the grocery store, and roll up the windows when your mother-in-law is in the car!


Contributed 9/30/04 by J - Agent

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