Dog Bite Law
California has specific laws regarding dog bites. California Civil Code section 3342 provides that an owner of a dog is liable for damages suffered by any person who is bitten by the dog while in a public place or lawfully in a private place. A person that is injured from a dog bite should be compensated for the injury. There are state and federal agencies and city and county regulations that affect the claim's process and a person's right to recover for a dog bite injury.
Our services in this area
- We have represented hundreds of vitims of dog bites and understand the psychological and physical impact of the injury on the victim and family.
- We evaluate every case based on its unique facts and with our client's highest interest in consideration.
- We will provide agressive representation in all facets of the case, and keep you informed at every phase of the process.
Do you have questions or do you want to make an appointment in this area?
Call us at 510 8356434 or use our contact form.