Just because you have obtained an injury from a dog does not mean you have a case. Several factors go into whether or not you can file a claim.
- If you received broken bones or your injuries that required surgery, contact an attorney.
- Most statutes state that if dog bites are obtained on public property or private, you are entitled to compensation. Check your local and state laws, and if there were any violations regarding your incident, contact an attorney.
- If the owner knew the dog had a tendency to bite and did not warn you, contact an attorney.
Brent Adams and his team of lawyers have been serving the community for over forty years. If you believe you have a dog bite case, call 877-273-6823 or click here. The initial consultation is free, and there is no obligation.