Dog Bite Lawyer in Hamblen County
If you have been injured by a dog bite while on another person's property
then you may be able to collect monetary compensation for your injuries
as this may be a case of premises liability. Premises liability refers
to the responsibility that property owners have to keep their land safe
for visitors, guests and customers. This includes removing obstacles and
providing reasonable warning for any dangers on the property including dogs.
A dog bite can result in serious loss of blood and other disease in some
cases, it is vitally important for you to speak with a
Hamblen County personal injury attorney from The Bowlin Law Firm concerning your injury and how our firm can help you.
There are several laws pertaining to dogs and dog bites, essentially a
dog must be kept under reasonable control and not running at large, meaning
that the dog cannot roam free. The owner of the dog can be held responsible
for any damage or injuries caused by their dog. In 2010 there
were 33 dog attacks that resulted in the death of the victim throughout the United States. There are many other cases where unchained
or unrestrained dogs attack people and leave them with severe injuries.
Dog Bite Claims
If you have been bitten by a dog then you will greatly benefit from our
legal assistance. The first thing you should do is to seek medical attention
in order to have your wounds treated and to obtain official documentation
of your wounds and their severity. The next thing you should do is to
contact our firm for legal assistance whether you are in Knoxville, Knox County or Hamblen County.
We will be able to answer your questions regarding your case, discuss your
options with you, advise you of the best legal action for you to take
and provide you with skillful and aggressive Morristown personal injury
lawyer that will do everything possible to help you recover fair compensation