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 the following claims:
- You provoked the dog
- You assumed the risk
- You were not lawfully on the dog owner’s property
- You may have been injured, but you were not bitten
- You have failed to prove the nature and extent of your damages
When the insurance company raises any of these defenses, you need experienced trial attorneys on your side. You need attorneys who are not afraid to go to court. Cheong, Denove, Rowell & Bennett has received numerous awards for their trial success.
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