Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some common questions about Dog Attacks
Who is liable for dog attacks?
Dog owners have an obligation to take reasonable action to ensure that their dog does not attack and injure people. Dog owners have a duty to ensure that their dogs are contained or leashed, and to take extra effort if the animal is known to be dangerous or is a notoriously dangerous breed. While some breeds have been singled out as being particularly vicious, any dog breed can be dangerous. Read more about who is liable for a Dog Attack
Who Is Most Vulnerable to Be Attacked By A Dog
According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control) nearly 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, half of these are children. One in five dog bites results in injuries serious enough to require medical attention….Continue reading about who is most vulnerable
What To Do If You’ve Been Attacked By A Dog
Dog bites pose a serious health risk. Seek medical help immediately!
If you have been attacked, you want to make note of several important points…Continue reading what to do
Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
A lawsuit will need to be filed if the dog-owner’s insurance company refuses to pay you reasonable compensation for your dog bite injuries. The insurance company will often make certain claims about the incident….Continue reading more about a dog bite claim
What Happens Before, During & After A Lawsuit is Filed?
Many people have little knowledge about what happens when someone has been injured and seeks compensation. Unlike television shows that focus on the trial, in litigation many events occur before the case goes to trial…Continue reading more about a lawsuit