Dog Bite Claims
North Carolina Law on dog bite and dog attack cases is complex and confusing, even for attorneys. People often think that there is “strict liability” – which means that the dog owner is on the hook any time his dog hurts someone – for dog bite or dog attack claims. That’s not really true.
Liability for dog bite claims can be very fact-specific, and requires an in-depth investigation of the facts of each case, as well as a good understanding of dog bite law in North Carolina.
Often these cases will require particular attention to be paid to the defendants to make sure that coverage can be secured for the damages suffered by the dog’s victim. This can be a sensitive issue and can often make or break recovery in a case.
More importantly, dogs can cause horrific damages to their victims, especially children. These cases need to be handled with great care, but still as aggressively as necessary given the damages that the victims have suffered and in many cases will suffer for the rest of their lives.
Don’t try to handle these claims on your own! If you don’t practice personal injury law for a living, is now the time to try to learn how? Dog bite claims in North Carolina are tricky to say the least, and your case is too important to leave to chance. Talk to an experienced attorney – that would be me – and see what he can do to help you with your claim.
Remember, on most cases I work on a contingency fee basis, which means I don’t get paid a fee unless I recover for you.
I don’t charge a consultation fee! Contact me and we can talk about your case FOR FREE, and you can find out what I can do to help you with this claim. I can, in many circumstances, meet you at your home or elsewhere if necessary. There is no fee for a consultation, so what do you have to lose?
There are so many good reasons to contact me, and no good reason not to. Call me now and I’ll be glad to discuss your claim with you and let you know what I can do to help.
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