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Arizona Dog Injury Lawyers

Negligence Claims For Dog Bites

While most dogs are friendly and known as mans best friend, they are also known to bite and attack people without warning. Dogs can be dangerous to people of all ages, whether they are familiar with them or they are strangers. Because dog bites often occur suddenly, unsuspecting victims are often unprepared to defend themselves and the dog bites can result in serious and sometimes devastating injuries. If you or a loved one have been bitten bu a dog and suffered injuries, you may be entitled to compensation.

The dog bite attorneys at Big Chad Law have years of experience helping dog bite victims and may be able to hold the dog’s owner liable for your injuries and losses. While some states require that dog bite victim’s prove that an owner was negligent, Arizona has strict liability laws when it comes to dog owners when their dogs bite others. Arizona also has strict liability on dog owners when their dogs get out of their yard or enclosure and are at large when they bite someone. If you or a loved one have suffered injuries as the result of a dog bite, contact us today for a free consultation to review all of your legal options.


Compensation For Dog Bite Injuries

In Arizona under the state’s strict liability statuets, dog bite claims must be filed against the dog owner within one year of the incident. This is also referred to as the “statute of limitations”. Personal injury claims may be filed within two years but that also requires the plaintiff to prove fault.

Dog bite victims can seek compensation for injuries and property damage caused by the dog attack. They can also seek additional damages if they are able to prove negligence. If the injuries sustained by the victim are fatal, surviving family members may also recover additional costs for burial and funeral expenses.

Past and Future

Medical Expenses

Non-Economic Damages

Pain and Suffering

Economic Damages

Lost Wages

Emotional Damages

Mental Anguish

Call us today at (602) 553-0000 to speak with one of our Arizona Dog Bite Lawyers

Who Is Liable For My Dog Bite?

Proving Who's At Fault

Dog owners are legally liable to pay damages to victims if they are legally on public or private property, including the dog owner’s property under Arizona’s strict liability statutes. The exception would be if someone is bitten by a police or military dog when the dog was engaged in official activities, like a criminal investigation or while trying to apprehend a suspect.

While strict liability applies to dog owners, it does not apply to others who may be in possession or control of a dog when it bites or attacks someone. There may be other legal remedies available for the dog bite victim if this occurs in which non-owners have liability.

Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are some of the most frequently asked questions our personal injury attorneys recieve from new and prospective clients.

What Makes Big Chad Law Different?

The personal injury attorneys at Big Chad Law have fought to protect the rights of personal injury victims and get them compensation for their injuries for decades. Our attorneys believe everyone is entitled to quality representation and focus our practice on helping normal, everyday people get the help they need and deserve.

Why Should I Hire a Lawyer ?

Suffering any type of personal injury is just the beginning of any injury victims problems. Trying to file an insurance claim alone can be extremely complicated, especially when dealing with defendant insurance company attorneys who may dispute fault. Having an experienced attorney by your side to protect your rights can make the difference in the outcome of your claim.

How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer ?

The personal injury attorneys at Big Chad Law work on a contingency fee basis. That means that we don’t charge any upfront fees to take your case, and you only pay us if we win. If we win your case our fee is a percentage of the settlement or verdict amount that our personal injury lawyers obtain.

How Long Do I Have To File a Personal Injury Claim?

Arizona law requires that accident and personal injury victims file a claim within two years after the accident occured or when an unknown injury was first discovered. This is also known as the statute of limitations. If you try to file a claim after this two-year limit has expired, your claim will be deemed invalid and will be denied.

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