Scottsdale Attorney Handling Dog Bite Injury Claims

Dog bites and animal attacks can leave victims with painful, lasting injuries. Children are particularly vulnerable to attacks by dogs, which can leave them with psychological trauma in addition to physical injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured by a dog, it is important to hold the negligent party accountable and to recover compensation for the harm you have suffered.

At The Law Office of Robert H. Kleinschmidt, P.C., our Scottsdale attorney has extensive experience handling dog bite injury claims. We will thoroughly review your case to help determine liability and we will craft a strategy to help you prove your claim. We are not afraid of litigation and we prepare every case as if it is going to trial. For a free consultation, contact us online or call 480-951-3949.

A Violent History Is Not Required To Prove Liability

Unlike some states, Arizona follows the rule of strict liability. That is, a dog owner can still be held liable for his or her dog's actions, even if the dog has never bitten another person before or does not have a violent history. However, the flip side of this rule is that a percentage of the blame may be leveled at the victim, and any compensation award will be reduced by that percentage if the victim is found to be at least partly at fault.

Working Hard To Help You Recover The Compensation You Need And Deserve

Our lawyers will work hard to ensure that the dog owner is held liable for the attack. We will also work closely with you to help determine what your medical needs may be, including any ongoing treatments to help reduce scarring, as well as any psychological therapy that may be appropriate following an attack. You can rest assured that we will serve as your zealous advocates to help you recover the full amount of compensation you need and deserve.

Have You Been Attacked By A Dog? Contact Our Phoenix Area Law Firm.

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries in a dog or animal attack, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Contact us online or call 480-951-3949 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.