If a dog bites you in Arizona, despite all of the pain and medical expenses that you are facing, there is some good news. Under Arizona law, the dog’s owner is typically liable for injuries, which is known as “strict liability.”
Arizona dog bite cases are different than other personal injury claims, meaning you don’t necessarily have to prove that the other person was negligent before you can obtain compensation. In most circumstances, if a dog bites you, the owner is liable. It is as simple as that. You don’t have to show that the owner knew or should have known that the animal was dangerous.
What should you do if a dog bites you?
No one ever really plans on being attacked by a dog and it is an overwhelming and frightening experience, to say the least. If you or your child becomes a victim of a canine attack, there are some things that you need to do, which are listed below:
For answers to your questions, contact Hogle Injury Law by calling 480-999-0646 our attorneys know what insurance companies are looking for in dog bite cases and can use this knowledge to help you receive compensation for your injuries.
The case evaluation is free of charge, so you have nothing to lose by contacting our office. We represent cases in both the west and east valleys.