Dog bites infant is the headline from Santa Barbara where an 11-month-old was bitten by the family dog (a pit bull mutt). The dog bite to her face is receiving plastic surgery, but the truth is she's lucky to be alive and the dog bite scars will remain. Now I have a dog, he's a 20-lb Cavalier and he's great. So I do appreciate dogs, just not dog bites:
So for those seeking a family dog, take advice from insurance companies (note: dog bites are usually covered by homeowner's insurance and a Wisconsin umbrella policy). Some insurers have "blacklisted" breeds based on a propensity to cause dog bites.
Allstate is likely not to cover: Akitas, Chows, Dobermans, Huskies, Pit Bulls, Presa Canarios, Rottweilers and Staffordshire Terriers.
AIG: Dobermans, Pit Bulls and Rottweilers.
Liberty Mutual: Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, Chows, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Huskies, Pit Bulls, Rottweilers and Staffordshire Terriers.
Nationwide: Chows, Dobermans, Pit Bulls, Presa Canarios and Rottweilers.
Thus, my suggestion is to avoid the above breeds, especially if you have children and put them away when children visit to avoid some of the most dangerous dog bites.
Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorney