What Can You Do If A Dog Attacks You?
A loose chain, a broken fence or an unfenced back yard — suddenly, a dog is loose and on the attack. Any of these scenarios can quickly lead to a severe dog bite and substantial organ and muscle tissue damage, leaving you with medical complications and an unplanned financial burden. The Law Offices of Saia & Piatt, Inc., works to ensure you receive fair treatment and to hold animal owners responsible.
Our Columbus-based firm works diligently to obtain the maximum settlement on behalf of our clients. We are award-winning lawyers who care deeply about your needs. Our office utilizes cutting-edge problem-solving strategies to get you the care you need to recover. Send our firm an email today.
Who Is Responsible For A Dog Bite?
Many individuals may be responsible if a dog attacks, including owners, landlords, property managers and animal keepers. To determine if someone is liable, the court examines your case with the following questions in mind:
- Was appropriate signage in place?
- Was the dog restrained or in an enclosed area like a fenced yard?
- Who is responsible for the maintenance of the dog?
- Was the dog owned and maintained in accordance with local ordinances?
- Was the injured party acting in a manner that would be considered reasonable?
In a successful personal injury case, a victim may receive compensation for a variety of injury-induced needs. They can collect for their immediate and follow-up medical care and their time away from work, among other types of compensation.
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Our attorneys are focused on your needs and on empowering you to make the right choices for your situation. We provide comprehensive care and explain every legal step in terms you understand. Speak with our attorneys at your first free consultation. Call us to schedule: 419-946-7876.