Dog owners are responsible for protecting others from bites and attacks. The state of California has a leash law, in which owners are required to have a potentially dangerous dog on a leash whenever outside of their premises at all times. Leash laws for the city of Roseville require that a dog is on a leash whenever outside its owner’s yard regardless of whether or not it may pose a potential danger.
Whether a person is negligent in keeping their dog away from others, fails to have a dog on a leash, or fails to properly secure a dog within their premises they can be held responsible if their dog bites.
Unfortunately many victims of dog bite attacks sustain very serious injuries that may include:
At Gingery Law Group PC, as an experienced Roseville dog bites attorney, we represent both victims and family members of victims of dog bite attacks. Our first concern is to insure that our clients receive the medical attention that they need and deserve. Our second concern is insuring that we do everything legally possible in the effort to achieve maximum compensation when someone else’s negligence, recklessness and carelessness actions are to blame.
If we believe that you have a valid claim, then we can immediately file apremises liability claim on your behalf for personal injury or wrongful death. When a claim is filed a victim or family member of a victim may be awarded monetary compensation for damages that may include: loss of wages, loss of future income, medical expenses, future medical care, mental anguish, pain and suffering, loss of companionship, loss of benefits, loss of inheritance and funeral expenses.
Gingery Law Group PC is located in the cities of Sacramento and Roseville, California. Please contact my firm today for outstanding legal advice, guidance, resources and representation. I am very familiar with the California, Sacramento and Roseville leash laws. As a skilled Roseville dog bite lawyer, I represent victims and family members of victims of a dog bite or other animal attacks.
Victim of a dog bite in Roseville? Contact a lawyer today!