San Francisco Dog Bite Attorney
Dogs can be very dangerous animals if they are not controlled and trained
properly. The animals have very powerful jaws and a vicious dog attack
can lead to permanent disfigurement and extensive medical treatments to
address the injuries and infections that result from the attack. Dog owners
are liable for their pets' behavior, and are responsible to protect
the public from injury and attack. Even if the animal has not previously
exhibited aggressive characteristics, an owner can be held accountable
for their failure to keep their dog contained in the backyard or inside
Owners are especially liable in cases involving children, as their ignorance
and natural curiosity puts them in greater risk of danger. If a dog attacked
you or a loved one, it is important that you retain the counsel of a knowledgeable
injury lawyer immediately after receiving proper medical care. Facial injuries, neck
injuries, torn muscles, and other serious injuries are common when a dangerous
animal is not properly restrained or fenced.
Effective Representation for Dog Bite Victims
Victims of dog bites often experience extreme trauma not only physically,
but emotionally. The owner of the dangerous dog must be held liable for
the injuries and all other damages. Owners who knew of their dog's
aggressive attitude and possible history of attacks could face serious
legal repercussions. Our concern for you will be addressed in civil court.
We will all we can to recover the maximum amount of compensation. Our
firm has won over $500 million dollars for our clients throughout our
60 years in practice.
The stress of handling an injury and a complicated claim is over. We will
work with you so your focus can be on recovering. The atrocities you endured
are unacceptable and the negligent party will have to answer for their
irresponsible actions. You need an experienced law firm to address the
legal issue regarding your claim. The legal team at
Bostwick & Peterson, LLP will evaluate your dog bite injury claim and can advise you how we will
pursue compensation in negotiation or litigation.