A ruling was found that the dog owner was responsible for 100% damages to the dog owner when he fell while avoiding a dog without a collar.

The Deputy Chief Justice of the Daegu District Court's 21 Civil Liberation Authority said on the 15th that Mr. A (62) had ruled against some of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit against the owner of the dog.

On April 11, 2018, Mr. A fell from the dog running to him suddenly at 8:30 p.m.

At that time, the dog ran out without a collar while the owner B parked and opened the car door.

Mr. A, who was injured while avoiding a dog, filed a lawsuit stating that Mr. B, the owner of the dog, neglected the duty of the state, even though he had to fill the neckline to prevent the danger in advance.

Mr. B said at the trial, "The adult plaintiff was overreacted when he saw a very small puppy because he was overreacting. In fact, at least 50% of the fault must be acknowledged by the plaintiff as the dog was not bitten or physically touched." Insisted.

However, the court did not accept Mr. B's claim.

The judge said, "If a 62-year-old woman finds a dog running at night, it is difficult to see it as a cause of the plaintiff's negligence or damage. "I said.

Subsequently, the defendant ruled that the plaintiff should pay more than 37 million won (corresponding to pure medical expenses and alimony) from the plaintiff, reflecting the fact that the plaintiff had had a disease before the accident.