When vicious dogs attack unsuspecting people, the physical and psychological scars can last a lifetime. People who have been bitten by aggressive dogs often require significant medical treatment and psychological counseling in order to begin healing from their traumatizing experience. To learn how our British Columbia dog bite lawyers fight on behalf of injured survivors of dog attacks, click here.
Dogs bite for various reasons. They might be ill, have been mistreated, feel threatened, or be overly protective of their toys, food, or space. Whatever the cause, the law stipulates that victims can hold owners liable for their dogs’ actions. A dog attack can result in serious and disfiguring injuries. Injuries on the face, neck, … Continue reading “Richmond Dog Bite Lawyer”
The vast majority of dogs are friendly. Some, however, occasionally exhibit aggressive or dangerous behaviour such as growling, snapping, and even biting. When a dog bites, the results can be catastrophic. Scarring, nerve damage, disfigurement, and infection are all a possibility. There are national, provincial and local laws that govern how victims can recover compensation … Continue reading “Dog Bite Lawyers in Surrey”
Every year, there are approximately 500,000 dog bite attacks across Canada, estimates the Animal Legal & Historical Center. Many of these attacks result in serious injuries, scarring, and psychological damage. British Columbia laws provide that when dangerous dogs injure people, their owners may be held financially liable for victims’ damages. If you or your child … Continue reading “Kelowna Dog Bite Lawyer”
Millions of North Americans keep dogs as companions. Most of these dogs never cause any harm to humans but some do. Dog owners in Burnaby and throughout the province have a responsibility to ensure their dogs do not cause harm to people. If you or your child has been attacked by a dog, you might … Continue reading “Burnaby Dog Bite Lawyer”
Even the most well-behaved dogs could lash out against children, neighbours, mail carriers, and other visitors to a pet owner’s home. After being bitten, mauled, or otherwise attacked by a dog, many survivors of these traumatizing incidents require reconstructive surgeries, medical attention, and psychological treatment. If you were bitten by someone else’s dog, you might be entitled to compensation. Click here to learn more.