Getting bitten by a dog or attacked by an animal can be a life-altering event. Here at Idiart Law, our California and Oregon Dog Bite Lawyers have a comprehensive knowledge of the laws that govern dog bite and animal cases in both California and Oregon. While each case is different we have the experience and knowledge to help you, so you do not have to fight the system alone.
What You Need to Prove for Your Dog Bite Claim to Be Successful:
For your dog bite claim to be successful, it must be shown all of the things occurred:
- The defendant (The person you would like to sue) owned the dog
- The bite occurred when the victim was lawfully on private property or was on public property; and
- The victim was actually bitten by the dog, resulting in an injury.
What To Do Now?
The dog bite attorneys at Idiart Law group are here to help you and answer any questions you may have regarding your Oregon or California Dog bite case. We will evaluate your dog bite or animal attack case in a free consultation at one of our offices or on the phone to provide comprehensive legal guidance to help you through every step of the legal process. Contact Us today.
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