Dog Attack Compensation Claim

Personal Injury

What is a dog attack compensation claim?

If you have been bitten or attacked by a dog you may be entitled to make a No Win No Fee dog attack compensation claim.

At Ringrose Law our personal injury team has years of experience representing people who have been injured as a result of a dog attack to help them win their dog attack compensation claim.

We will work hard to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation, and help you with your recovery process.

Does a dog attack compensation claim only apply to certain types of dogs?

Some breeds of dogs (the Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino and the Fila Braziliero) are listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991. This means that there are strict requirements for owning them, they should be muzzled, tattooed, micro chipped and insured. Compensation will be payable by the owners of these dogs even if they have never shown any history of aggression.

However, even if the dog isn’t listed as a dangerous dog you can still make a dog attack compensation claim if you are the innocent victim of a dog attack.

Dog attack compensation claim – What can I claim for?

If you have been a victim of an attack by a dog then your dog attack compensation claim allows you to claim compensation for the pain and suffering that your injury has caused you.

You can also claim any out of pocket expenses that you have suffered, this could include; loss of earnings, prescription charges and travel expenses.

If you have needed help from family and friends around the house, with day to day chores or if they have had to provide you with personal care, you can claim for their time too. What should I do now?

If you are the victim of a dog attack and would like to make a dog attack compensation claim then contact our personal injury team now. We are happy to offer a free initial appointment.

You should make sure that you report the accident to the police and seek medical attention for your injuries. Where possible take photographs of your injuries.

For further information or advice contact our expert team today.

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