Detroit Lawyers To Help After A Dog Bite Or Animal Attack
Animal owners have a distinct responsibility to take all and any precautions necessary to ensure their domestic animals do not cause harm to others. In Michigan, a dog owner, for example, is strictly liable for injuries caused by a bite or an attack. Strict liability holds the owner legally responsible, regardless of whether the owner did or did not do anything to prevent the dog from attacking or biting others.
At Romano Law, in Southfield, our attorneys have extensive experience in cases involving a dog bite at a dinner party and attacks involving dangerous dog breed liability. If an owner’s animal has acted out before, he or she may have been issued a warning, and we can prove negligence based on inability to prevent the animal from biting, clawing or attacking others again.
Helping Clients Sue For Damages And Providing Safety To Others
Romano Law attorneys know that every case is unique, and we will take the time to fully understand your situation. Animal bites are serious and can cause infection or be fatal if the animal is diseased. If you have not sought medical attention, you should do so immediately. Discovering if you have contracted rabies or any other disease carried by the animal is crucial for your safety and the safety of others.
Our lawyers can help you discover your legal options and understand what recoverable compensation is available to you. Be sure to gather all information possible about the location of the incident, the owner, and witness contact information and testimonies. Any information only makes your case stronger for recovering the compensation you deserve.
Contact Our Office In Wayne County For A Free Consultation
Contact us online or call us toll free at 888-479-0605. Our office is open weekdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but we answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are conveniently located close to all major freeways in the Detroit area, with plenty of free parking.
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