That unfortunately is too common of a scenario in Florida. If the owner of the dog who is always liable for the dogs damages doesn’t have assets, it’s important that you hire an attorney who is willing and able to look under every stone for potential defendants in that case. If that person is renting a house from a homeowner that prevents them from having dangerous dogs there, the homeowner might be liable for allowing that condition to exist. These are hyper fact-specific scenarios where it’s important that you discuss your case with an attorney who’s experienced in this kind of thing.