How is a dog bite a personal injury case?

Dog bites happen every day, and often times the injuries can be devastating. Both, the physical injuries as well as the psychological or emotional injuries from those dog bites. I remember as a young child I was walking down the street, minding my own business and out of nowhere a dog came and bit me. Now, the owner of that dog knew that that dog had dangerous propensities. In other words, he knew that that dog had a history of biting other people. Yet, the owner didn’t do anything to keep that dog locked up. In that situation, the owner of the dog should be held responsible. We can file a claim against that person’s homeowner’s insurance. Whether you are walking down the street minding your own business or whether you are at a friend’s house, if you are the victim of a dog attack, you need to call us right away. We’ll do the best job we can to evaluate it and effectively represent you.

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