Dog Bite Injuries
Filing a personal injury claim for a dog bite injury is straightforward. To be eligible for compensation, the victim must only demonstrate that he or she was on public property or lawfully on private property when the bite occurred.
California has strict laws regarding the statute of limitations for dog bite injuries. You have two years from the date of the accident to file a personal injury claim. If you or a loved one has been bitten by a dog, then schedule a free consultation with one of our proven dog bite injury attorneys today. With a few simple steps, you can receive the compensation you deserve under California dog bite injury law.
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Dog bite injuries can lead to significant compensation. Dog owners have a duty to protect others from their dogs. When they fail to meet that duty, the injured party may be owed significant compensation.
During a free consultation, one of our dog bite injury attorneys can explore the details of your case to determine how to proceed. If the attorney believes you have a case and are owed compensation, then the case can move forward with a dog bite personal injury claim.
To be eligible for compensation, you will need to prove you were on public property or lawfully on private property when the dog bite occurred. You may need photographs of the incident or testimonies from witnesses. This information will be used to confirm that the dog owner was negligent at the time of the incident, which means you are owed compensation for your injuries under California law.
The value of your compensation depends on several factors, including the severity of your physical and emotional injuries. You may also receive compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, emotional pain and suffering, and more.
Dog bites can leave adults and children with severe injuries. Many Americans have been permanently disabled or even killed from dog bites. Schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced dog bite personal injury attorneys today to begin seeking compensation for emotional and physical damage from your dog bite injury.
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Dog Bite Compensation Claims
In California, dog owners are liable for all damages that result from their dogs’ bites, even when a dog has not previously shown signs of aggression.
To be eligible to recover compensation for his or her damages, a victim must only demonstrate that he or she was on public property or lawfully on private property when the bite occurred.
The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in California is two years from the date of the accident. If you or your child were bitten by a dog, be proactive and contact an experienced personal injury lawyer after the injury has been seen and stabilized by a doctor.
You will need evidence to show that you were lawfully on private property or that the bite occurred in public, such as photographs of the incident and testimonies from witnesses.