Dog Bites Are Serious – We Can Help You Battle For Compensation
We would all like to live in a world where dogs didn’t have the potential to harm us. Unfortunately, even beloved pets have the potential of causing great harm. Dog bites happen on a regular basis and they can cause serious injury and damages to the victim and the victim’s family. Someone should pay for the pain and suffering experienced by victims of a dog attack.
If you or a loved one are experiencing the repercussions of a dog bite, you deserve the opportunity to seek compensation. Our team at Roberts & Harris PC are ready to go to battle for you. We understand the complexities of animal bite cases and how best to approach them.
The Details Make A Difference
Liability for dog bites can be tricky, especially in North Carolina.
Property details come into play, such as whether the victim was trespassing. The dog’s role at the time also may affect the case. For example: Was it working with law enforcement?
Whatever the case, even minor details can make a significant difference in your claim. Pain and trauma should not go unanswered. Our attorneys know what to look for and what it takes to stand up for a victim’s suffering.
When A Child Is Injured By A Dog
Sadly, children are often the victims of dog attacks. Dogs may feel threatened by the erratic actions of a young child – but regardless, the dog owner is responsible for its behavior.
A child may suffer serious bite injuries to the face, neck, arms, and legs. These injuries may result in permanent scarring and disfigurement. It is important to work with an attorney who can help your family recover full compensation to cover the medical bills and rehabilitation, as well as cosmetic surgery if the dog bite resulted in deep, disfiguring penetrations and cuts to the face.
Let Us Take A Look At Your Case
North Carolina is a “one free bite” state, which means it may be difficult to go after an owner if it is the dog’s first bite. There may be options, though. We can investigate your case to see whether you have a legitimate claim.
We offer free consultations. You have nothing to lose by calling. Reach us at 877-404-1138 or via email.