Ringrose Law are delighted to announce the launch of their Canine Law department, the first legal firm in the County to be providing Canine Law legal advice.
There are now around 24 Acts of Parliament relating solely to dogs and a further 11 relating to animals in general it is, therefore, increasingly likely that dog owners will, at some stage, require legal advice of some kind in relation to their canine companion.
The Ringrose Law Canine Law department can cover a vast range of advice including; ownership disputes, Community Protection Orders, Barking Dogs and damage claims, as well as continuing to offer advice for dog bite claims through the personal injury department.
We are now increasingly hearing reports in the news of dog attacks, abuse to animals and neglect from owners, our Canine Law team is able to provide support, legal advice and representation to dog owners across the County who are experiencing any problems.
The department will be headed up by Solicitor and Associate Emma McGrath, Emma is a very experienced solicitor who not only provides advice in a professional capacity but often finds herself offering advice to the many dog owning friends and competitors she meets in her personal life
“I have always been a great lover of dogs and currently own a Border Collie and a Sprocker, who both undertake dog agility training and compete in local competitions. I have always had a strong interest in Canine Law and regularly write articles for national dog publications, dealing with issues that dog-owners may face.
Lincolnshire is such an agricultural county, with many dog owners, that we feel there is a real opportunity to advise people when they have a problem. This new service will provide people with the opportunity for either 20 minutes free telephone advice or a free appointment with myself or a member of our team 7 days a week across Lincolnshire and Newark.”
For all initial enquiries please contact Emma McGrath on 01775 662662 or go to https://www.ringroselaw.co.uk/business-law/dispute-resolution/canine-law/