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Dog Bites Leave Physical And Emotional Injuries

While people might not initially think of it, a dog bite (or animal attack) can cause serious and significant injuries. Depending on circumstances, these injuries can produce nerve damage, scarring and the need for extensive rehabilitation.

If you have suffered a serious injury due to an animal attack, it is important to understand your rights and what you may be entitled to by law. We are here to help you do precisely that. Our lawyers at Colley Shroyer Abraham in Columbus have spent decades standing up for the rights of injury victims. We know how to handle these tough, tragic cases.

Dog Owners Are Responsible When Their Pets Cause Harm

It is important to realize that, even for one bite, an owner can be held liable under Ohio law. Ohio does not have a “one free bite” rule. This means you don’t have to prove that the dog has previously bitten someone in order to obtain compensation. Nor do you have to prove that the dog’s owner was negligent in any way. As long as you weren’t provoking the dog, or trespassing when you got bit, you can hold the owner liable.

This strict liability standard makes it easier for those harmed by dog bites to get compensation.

You Can Rely On Our Attorneys To Fight For Maximum Compensation

Our team is ready to take a determined approach in securing the compensation you deserve. We understand that, because of their curiosity and size, children are often the victims of serious animal attacks. We are prepared to do everything we can to obtain damages for physical and psychological injuries.

Proven Success In Dog Bite Cases

We have obtained tens of millions of dollars for clients in more than 40 years of practice. Many of those proven results involved premises liability cases such as dog bites. One example:

  • $75,000 – Our client delivered medical equipment to a customer. While making the delivery, her dog jumped on him and bit him on the testicle. He suffered both pain and suffering and post-traumatic stress.

While we can often obtain successful outcomes through settlements, our lawyers are also highly skilled and effective at trial.

Get Professional Guidance On Your Dog Bite Case

We offer free consultations and contingency representation, meaning you won’t owe us any attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you. Get help today by calling 614-678-5072 or reaching out online.