Vicious Animal Attacks
There are four bits of criteria that need to be satisfied for your animal lawsuit to go into effect.
- The injured person was attacked or injured by the animal.
- The person being sued is the owner, keeper, or harborer of the animal.
- The victim didn't provoke the animal to bite, attack, or charge at them.
- The victim was acting peaceably somewhere he or she had the right to be.
The law doesn't require that the animal bite someone, or even make physical contact. For example, if a dog runs at and frightens someone, causing him or her to injure themselves, the statute can be applied.
The dog or another animal must, however, take some action that’s directed at the injured person. The keyword here is directed at.
If you have been injured and you feel that an aggressive animal may have been the cause. It is OK to ask for legal advice. It is OK to get real answers from a well-respected law firm. Understanding the laws and how they apply to your unique situation is a good thing. Getting peace of mind and understanding your situation is very beneficial for you and your loved ones.
The law firm of the Eshelman Legal Group can help you get these answers. We have been helping injured people for over 40 years. You can call our office, live chat or message us and we will be glad to help you. Remember, your initial consultation is always free and if you decide to have us represent your case, you do not pay anything unless we win your case. Contact us today and get your answers.
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