Georgia woman attacked by pit bulls seeks more than $1 million in damages

A Georgia woman who was attacked by three pit bulls is seeking more than $1 million in damages from the dogs' owners.

Frankie Forsh, 56, was attacked two years ago while on a walk in Douglas County, reports. She says she still experiences pain from the attack, especially in her legs.

"I remembered the dogs jumping on my arm, in my face," Forsh told "Thoughts going through my head that day was I'd never see my husband and girls again."

Forsh appeared in court Tuesday with her attorney, Jack Clay. Clay argued before a judge that Forsh be awarded $1.25 million in damages.

The dogs' owners did not appear in court.

Clay reportedly says even if the judge rules in favor of the full $1.25 million in compensation, he does not believe his client will receive the payment, due to the defendants' financial situation.

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