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Making Matters Right for Dog Bite Victims

Unfortunately, dog bites happen every day. It is unfortunate not only because the person has been attacked by a vicious animal but also because it may be a traumatic experience that can cause long-term damage to those who have been bitten. When you are injured as a result of dangerous or aggressive behavior from an animal, you can turn to Church & Page PLLC for help.

We understand how difficult life can be after being attacked and we want to make things as easy as possible for our clients by holding negligent owners responsible for their actions. Our legal team can offer much-needed support during your case and provide the legal counseling you need through this process.

Let us put our experience and knowledge to work for you. Reach out to Church & Page PLLC as soon as possible by calling (509) 638-1414 and schedule a free consultation today.

Who is Responsible in a Dog Bite Accident?

When a dog attack occurs, it is important for victims to understand who bears responsibility. In general, dog owners are held strictly liable. The dog owner is liable if the owner’s negligence caused their animal to attack another person. The victim may have an even better case if the injury occurred due to lack of proper containment or supervision of an animal that was considered dangerous at that time.

In some cases, more than one individual may be found liable for injuries sustained during a dog bite accident. This may be true if several owners were negligent or if a housing facility did not take proper care of animals that appeared to have aggressive tendencies. Not all dog bite cases are the same. There are specific dog bite laws that can be difficult to understand without the help of a dog bite lawyer. Let us hold the dog owner responsible for your injuries accountable for their negligent actions. For help with all personal injury claims, including dog bite injury claims, contact Church & Page PLLC.

What Damages Can I Recover Through an Injury Claim?

A dog bite can cause many types of injuries, but there are some damages that tend to be the most frequent. This includes medical expenses for both immediate treatment and long-term care, loss of income during recovery time, emotional distress caused by the attack and pain and suffering associated with the injury. If victims have permanent scars or injuries that impact quality of life, they may also ask for punitive damages.

Any money received through a settlement or court verdict will require careful management and Church & Page PLLC can provide assistance as needed during this process. While no amount of money will fix all the problems you will face after an attack, receiving financial compensation is often necessary to help those who have been injured move on with their lives.

How Can a Dog Bite Attorney Help Me With My Case?

The team at Church & Page PLLC understands that dealing with a lawsuit is never easy and we want to help in any way we can. We will provide you with thorough legal guidance during each stage of your case and we will handle all the necessary paperwork. If you need representation for court, we are able to offer knowledgeable and experienced representation through this process as well. We can also deal with the insurance company involved in your case in order to negotiate a settlement that can ultimately avoid litigation.

If you have been injured by an animal attack, it is important to take action right away so you can fully explore all your legal options before the statute of limitations expires. Call Church & Page PLLC today to get started.

Is It Worth Hiring a Dog Bite Attorney in Yakima?

At Church & Page PLLC, our dog bite lawyers understand how difficult it can be for victims to deal with the aftermath of an accident. Not only are you faced with medical expenses and lost wages after being attacked, but many people find that dealing with insurance companies is just as stressful. We are dedicated to helping you get the compensation you deserve while minimizing any additional stress throughout this process. Reach out to us today by calling (509) 638-1414 so we can help you get started on your case.


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