With two recent judgments totaling $760,000 to his credit, Atlanta solo practitioner Evan L. Kaine should be basking in the glow of victory. But for Kaine, who has somewhat unexpectedly become a go-to lawyer for people bitten by dogs, the specialized practice has essentially been just that: practice.

“I guess you could call this our ‘pro bono’ work,” said Kaine.

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