Phoenix, Arizona Dangerous Dog and Dog Bite Attorney
Insurance carriers and other specialists have identified “dangerous dogs” based on determinations that certain breeds are more likely to be responsible for attacks and serous dog bite injuries. These dogs may be more dangerous because they are trained to fight or if the animal was bred with characteristically dangerous traits.
Dangerous dogs like Pit Bulls and Rottweilers cause the majority of deaths in dog bite cases. If you or someone you love has suffered from a vicious dog attack, contact Erlichman Law Firm.
Dog bite injuries are extremely costly and can result in significant damages paid out by insurance companies every year. Due to the number of claims resulting from certain dangerous breeds, many insurance companies have blacklisted dogs and refused to provide insurance to owners of those dogs.
It is often unknown why a dog may attack. A dog may feel threatened by a small child or uneasy in parks or other high-traffic areas. Some dogs will attack if there are other dogs in the vicinity. Owners are required to follow Arizona leash law to prevent dog bite injuries.
Dangerous dog and aggressive dogs include:
- Pit bulls
- German Shepards
While dangerous dogs are more likely to attack and cause serious injuries, even small or seemingly calm dogs are unpredictable and can attack or bite if provoked or threatened. If you or someone you love has suffered in a dog bite or animal attack, an experienced lawyer can help you recover the compensation that you deserve. At Erlichman Law Firm, we will maximize your recovery for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and any physical disfigurement or scarring you have suffered.
Contact Erlichman Law Firm for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer. All dog bite cases are taken on a contingency basis (NO FEE unless we recover an award for your case).
Free consultation • French, Spanish, and Korean language services available • Off-site and hospital visits by appointment • Located on 22 nd Street and Camelback, next to Biltmore Shopping Center near the heart of Phoenix, Arizona
Attorney fees are deducted from the recovered compensation after reimbursement of costs and expenses. In the event that no compensation is recovered, clients may be responsible for some court costs and expenses.