When a person is attacked by a dog, the injuries can be serious, whether it’s caused by the physical damage caused by the bite or the potential infection or disease caused by the wound. It is common for many dog bite victims to suffer the following types of injuries: surgery, permanent damage to the hands or feet, or permanent visible scarring to the face.
Arizona has a specific law that covers dog bite cases. In order to hold a dog owner liable, an injured person must show that:
The injury was caused by a dog bite
The person was attacked by a dog while they were in a public space or in a private space they were lawfully allowed to be.
If you have been attacked by a dog, it is crucial you seek help from an experienced lawyer right away. At the Law Offices of Andrew R.C. Davis, we understand the types of hardships one can face after they have sustained such injuries, and that is why we are here.
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