Animal & Dog Bites
Aggressively Pursuing Injury Compensation
In most cases, the costs associated with dog bites and other injuries from animal attacks can be covered by compensation from an insurance company, typically through a homeowners, renters or animal owners’ policy. If the owner of the animal that caused your injuries does not have insurance, you may still have options.
Contact the law firm of Wesley, McGrail & Wesley to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney knowledgeable in dog bite and animal attack injury cases.Our attorneys offer free initial consultations, and we handle all cases on a contingency fee basis.
More Than 70 Years Of Combined Experience | Effective Representation
Our law firm has been representing personal injury victims in premises liability cases for more than 35 years in Fort Walton Beach. Many animal attacks occur on private property, but they can also occur in public places.
Getting in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible is almost as important as getting quick, professional medical care. Understanding your legal rights, preserving evidence and obtaining witness testimony are critical to your claim for injury compensation.
What Should You Do If You Were Attacked By A Friend’s Or Neighbor’s Dog?
Consult an attorney right away. Serious injuries require serious medical attention, which is often expensive. Making a homeowners insurance claim likely will not affect your relationship with your friend or neighbor. We can help you pursue maximum recovery from insurance claims to compensate for past, present and future medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages.
What Is The Dog Bite Law In Florida?
Dog owners face the law of strict liability. It does not matter where a dog bite occurs, how severe it is or if the dog has bitten before. It does not matter if the dog was on a leash or not. If you or a loved one was bitten by a dog or injured by any other animal in Florida, you may be entitled to injury compensation.