Longmont Dog Bite Lawyer
When Negligent Dog Owners Need To Be Held Responsible
Dog bites can damage you not only physically but also psychologically, and in many cases, a victim may be entitled to compensation.
For example, in the case of serious bodily injury, the victim may sue the dog’s owner for economic damages, like medical expenses and lost wages (if the victim misses work due to medical treatment, for example). The dog’s owner may be liable regardless of the dog’s dangerous tendencies and regardless of whether the owner knew the dog was dangerous.
Emotional distress and pain and suffering are also damages the victim may be able to collect, if it can be shown that the dog owner:
- Acted negligently or intentionally
- Violated a leash law
- Knew the dog had a tendency to be dangerous or vicious
As personal injury attorneys in Longmont, our goal is to guide clients successfully through their legal journeys and handle the complexities while focusing on recoveries.
To ease the burden on injured victims and their families, we handle dog bite cases on a “no recovery, no fee” basis. If we don’t win, you don’t pay.
Injured by a Dog Bite? Discuss Your Options With Our Attorneys
If you or someone close to you has been the victim of a dog bite attack, it is important to contact an experienced dog bite attorney at our firm. As soon as you get in touch with us, we will begin investigating your case to uncover evidence and establish liability.
Our reputable Longmont law firm has handled thousands of personal injury cases and will fight for you to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. We have 30 years of solid legal experience and solid trial skills. We are willing to take your case to court if necessary.
I would like to give a big thank you to Matthew Crowther and his paralegal, Nicolas Allen, for doing a great job on my case. They settled for more than I expected and were always available when I had questions. I would highly recommend them and would go back to them if needed. Thank you again.