Dog Owners Are Liable When Their Pets Bite
Helping Dog Bite Victims Recover Compensation
Dog owners have a legal duty to control their animals and ensure that their animals are properly leashed and confined. When a dog attacks a human, severe injury and emotional trauma can result.
At Britton Law, in Fayetteville, our dog bite injury lawyer has been helping personal injury victims recover compensation for their injuries for more than 25 years. Dog attacks should not be chalked up to mere bad luck. It is important to hold owners accountable for their irresponsible actions.
If you or your child has been injured by a dog, we can help. Contact our North Carolina dog bite attorney online or call 910-401-3356 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
We Handle All Types Of Injury Cases
- Nerve damage
- Tissue damage
In addition to physical harm that requires medical treatment and ongoing care, a person who is attacked by a dog will often suffer emotional harm as well. We will make sure to include all relevant damages in our quest to get you full and fair compensation for all of your injuries.
Recovery Through Homeowners Insurance
Many people are reluctant to pursue compensation in these types of cases because they feel that there is no chance of recovery, or because the dog’s owner is a neighbor, friend or relative. The fact is, many homeowners’ insurance policies will cover injuries that arise from a dog attack.
Nonetheless, North Carolina’s dog bite laws are complex, which is one reason you need an attorney. If the dog has never bitten or chased a person before, it may be necessary to bring a premises liability action or other negligence claim to establish that the pet owner was at fault. We will explore every avenue to help you get the compensation you need in order to move forward with your life.
Get A Free Consultation With An Experienced Dog Bite Lawyer
If you or your child has been involved in a dog attack, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our Fayetteville firm online or call 910-401-3356 for a free initial consultation. We take cases on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you.