Dog Bite Injuries
Strict Liability in California Means Your Dog Bite Injuries Were Not Your Fault
If you were bitten, knocked down, jumped on, or hurt in some way by a dog in California, you could be entitled to recover monetary damages. California does not follow the “one bite rule” that many other states follow; in our state, the dog owner is strictly liable for any injuries their dog inflicts. There’s no back and forth trying to determine who was at fault for the attack: the dog owner is automatically at fault in nearly every single situation.
Were you or loved one seriously injured in a California dog attack and you’re not sure what to do next? Contact an experienced Los Angeles dog bite attorney at the Law Offices of John P. Rosenberg by calling (818) 530-1770 for a free consultation. You are also welcome to request a free copy of our book, The 5 Worst Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Injury Claim.
Woodland Hills Dog Bite Attorneys Representing Victims of Attacks & Bites
Between 2005 and 2012, California was second only to Texas when it came to the total number of fatal dog attacks. There are many reasons why dogs may attack people, but when they do, injuries are common. Death is obviously the worst-case scenario, but we have also represented dog attack victims suffering from a wide range of serious injuries that were both physical and mental, including:
- Puncture wounds
- Disfiguring scars
- Nerve damage
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Most times, a dog attack victim will be dealing with more than one of these injuries—meaning that more and more medical bills pile up quickly. When you work with a knowledgeable dog bite lawyer, you can relax a bit knowing that you have a trained professional on your side to help you obtain the compensation you deserve so you don’t have to worry about covering any costs.
Contact Our Los Angeles County Dog Attack Law Firm for a Free Consultation
If you were attacked by a dog in California, you have the advantage of having the law on your side. In most general dog bite cases, the dog owner will always be at fault; there are some exceptions to this, but your dog bite attorney will be able to let you know if those exceptions apply to you.
Call the Law Offices of John P. Rosenberg in Woodland Hills today for a free consultation at (818) 530-1770 and request a free copy of our book, The 5 Worst Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Injury Claim.
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