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The driverdoes have a claim against your friend.
However, hewould have to reduce the award to take into account his contributorynegligence. Shortly stated, your dogshouldn’t have been in the road but then he should have braked.
He doesn’treally have a claim against you though unless you left him with somebody whollyirresponsible and unsuitable.
Also, thereis no way he caused this amount of damage to his vehicle without there being anyinjuries to your dog.
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