If you sustained injuries from a neighbor's dog, fighting to have medical compensation paid is ideal if you believe your neighbor was aware that their dog was a risk to others. Some states have dog bite laws in place to help victims when they are
Follow Medical Orders
As soon as you are
File A Claim
A dog bite is usually covered by homeowner's insurance. The neighbor's insurance adjuster will come to your home to ask you questions about the incident. They will decide if you will receive any benefits as a result of the bite. If the insurance policy denies benefits, contact a personal injury lawyer right away to help you receive the monetary reimbursement you deserve.
In order to receive benefits after being bit, proof that the owner of the dog was aware of their demeanor is necessary. If your neighbor was unaware that their dog was violent, getting compensation is difficult. Some of the points that can help your case include:
Gather witnesses from around your neighborhood to help you prove that the dog was dangerous.
30 April 2015
Although I am far from perfect, I have focused on abiding by the local laws for the vast majority of my life. Unfortunately, about five years ago, I realized that I was being accused of a crime that I didn't commit. I thought about letting the trial run its course, but then I realized that fighting would be important to ensure my future. I teamed up with a great lawyer, and things became much easier overnight. My legal counsel told me what to do and what to avoid, and he was able to prove the facts in a court of law. This blog is all about choosing to fight charges.