Daughter was injured on ice running from neighbors dog

On February 21,2014 My daughter was walking to the store when the neighbor dog ran up on her as they watched My daughter started yelling telling them to get there dog and the neighbor daughter stated that he was not going to *** the neighbor lied to police and said that the dog was on a leash which it was not.The building manager Beth Tod is also negligent.I tried contacting her several times the night it all happened and she just ignored My calls.The neighbor was not charged with anything officer David Tremblee lied and told me that the party would be charged with endangerment which never happened someone needs to take the blame for what has happened.
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Did the dog *** your daughter? What were her injuries other than the humiliation of falling on the ice in front of her neighbors?

The building manager probably ignored your calls because she couldn't understand who you were mad at.

Read your lease agreement. If it clearly states that the property management is responsible for removing ice/snow from walkways within a certain period of time then they of course should honor their part of the agreement (that's why you pay rent on time very month, right?). If your daughter fell on ice that they're obligated to remove, then call and tell them that. I only know that your daughter fell on ice because of how you titled your post.

The whole body of your post talked about a dog not being on his leash which your property manager has nothing to do with (unless of course it was her dog which I'm sure you would've mentioned). So maybe call her back and don't go on about dogs in your message.

Stick to the ice issue. If your daughter was bitten by the dog then that's between you and the neighbor not the property manager necessarily.

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Manchester, Iowa

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