Dogs have incredibly powerful jaws that can inflict significant injuries on victims. At Stone Rose Law, we are standing by to help if you need a Maricopa dog bite attorney by your side. Our law firm has extensive experience handling these cases, and we have the resources necessary to fully investigate what happened and stand up to aggressive insurance carriers to ensure you are fairly compensated.
A dog bite injury lawyer is going to be an incredible advocate on your behalf. Unfortunately, dog bite injury victims in Maricopa often lack the resources necessary to ensure they receive full compensation. However, an attorney can:
Data available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows us that around 2,400 people are attacked or bitten by a dog each day in this country. Annually, the CDC says that approximately 800,000 people seek medical assistance due to dog bites each year. Unfortunately, dog bite injuries are often severe. It is not uncommon for attorneys to help clients who have sustained the following:
In some states across the country, a dog owner will only be held liable if the dog has been aggressive in the past or if the dog owner’s negligence contributed to the injury. However, Arizona operates under a “strict liability” dog bite law. This means that the dog owner can be held liable for any injuries the victim sustains so long as the incident occurred when the victim was on public property or lawfully on private property.
If you or a loved one have been bitten and injured by a dog in Maricopa, Arizona, you can count on the team at Stone Rose Law to stand by your side. We know how devastating these injuries can be, and our goal is to investigate every aspect of your claim, so we can secure the compensation you need.
We will stand up to aggressive insurance carriers to ensure you receive adequate coverage of your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering damages, scarring and disfigurement damages, and more. When you need a Maricopa dog bite attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling 480-498-8998.