Have you been injured from a dog bite or other animal attack?
Dog Bites are a major public health problem not only for the associated risk of acquiring secondary infections and occasional death due to trauma (which occurs often in children) but also for the possibility of contracting rabies which, if left untreated, is almost invariably fatal.
Dog Owner’s Responsibility
A dog owner has an obligation to restrain his or her animal for public safety. As long as you are on private or public property legally, the dog owner may be held responsible.
If you own a dog in California, and that dog bites someone, you are liable or legally responsible for the dog bite, if the person bitten was legally on the premises where the dog bite or dog attack occurred.
Under California dog bite law, a dog that bites is the absolute responsibility of its owner. This concept is called strict liability under dog bite law in California. Animal attacks and animal bites are the strict liability of the animals’ owner. In California, if you own a dog, you pay for the dog bite injuries and all subsequent damages related to the dog bites or dog attack.
Bay Area lawyers at the Strick Law Firm have been representing dog bite victims for 28 years.
If you have been injured by a dog or vicious animal, please do not speak to a representative of the insurance company without first speaking to an experienced Bay Area dog bite attorney at the Strick Law Offices. We know how to protect your rights! Call the Strick Law Offices to discuss your case. Because our Bay Area dog bite attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, it costs you nothing to learn if our experts can Right Your Wrong!