Boise dog bite injury lawsuit
If you or your child has sustained a dog bite or were attacked by another animal, you might be eligible for compensation for scarring, disfigurement, lost wages, medical bills, and other damages. Contact Skaug Law Offices, a Boise dog bite injury law firm, to find out more.
Claims against pet owners
Dog owners have a responsibility to regulate their dog's behavior. Even if a dog has not shown vicious tendencies in the past, the owner can be held accountable. If the dog has a been known to bite or assault a non-trespasser, it may be considered vicious. Dog owners are liable for chaining or fencing in vicious dogs. If a dog that is regarded as vicious has attacked or bitten you, we can help you pursue compensation for your grievances. If the dog has no past history of attacking a person, you may still be able to file a claim against the dog owner. We can clarify your specific legal routes after you have been injured due to homeowner negligence.
Hitting cattle or livestock on the road
Just as pet owners are responsible for controlling their pet's conduct, farmers are accountable for making sure their cattle (or other livestock) are suitably fenced in. Cows, pigs, horses, and other livestock may escape and wander onto the roadway, putting drivers at risk for suffering very severe accidents. If you have been injured in a crash with a farm animal, we can help you investigate your options for seeking compensation.
Contact a Nampa homeowner liability lawyer
To explore your options for pursuing compensation after a dog bite injury, contact us online