Dog Bite Claims in Georgia | What to Know

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Dog Bite Claims in Georgia | What to Know

If you have been injured by a dog bite, you may be eligible to recover compensation by filing a personal injury claim. To learn more about your eligibility for compensation and how you can file a successful claim, continue reading and reach out to our experienced Georgia personal injury attorney. Our firm will work to satisfy the burden of proof to recover the compensation you require to heal.

What are the most common injuries sustained from a dog attack?

Some of the most common injuries associated with dog attacks are as follows:

  • Broken bones
  • Sprains
  • Scarring
  • Soft tissue damage
  • Lacerations
  • Nerve damage
  • Emotional trauma

How can I file a successful claim?

To file a successful claim and to win a dog bite injury claim, you will have to prove that the attack was not your fault. This is why you will require the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney who will investigate the incident to determine whether the dog has a vicious propensity or that the dog was carelessly handled by the owner. However, if the dog owner can prove that the dog only attacked you because you were trespassing on private property, you were teasing the dog, or that you were somehow provoking the attack, you may not have a valid claim.

How can I recover compensation?

If our legal team can prove your personal injury claim, we should be able to recover the financial compensation you require to heal and move forward with your life. This compensation may be for both economic damages and non-economic damges. This can range from lost wages and the cost of medical bills to damages such as emotional distress and pain and suffering. Our firm is dedicated to fighting for our clients. To learn more about how we can assist you, give our firm a call today.

What is the statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Georgia?

The statute of limitations for personal injury claims is generally two years in Georiga. This means that you will have two years from the date of your accident to bring attention to your claim against the negligent dog owner. The sooner you can file your claim, the better. This is because if you fail to file your claim within this timeframe, you may risk being permanently time-barred from taking legal action. To get started with this process as soon as possible, reach out to our experienced Georgia personal injury attorney.

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