Phoenix Dog Bite Lawyers

Phoenix, AZ Dog Bite Lawyers

Phillips Law Dog Attack Attorneys

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Injury Lawyers for Dog Attacks

More than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year in the United States, and more than 800,000 need medical attention for dog bites, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF). The majority of dog bite victims are young children between the ages of 5 and 9. No matter who the victim is in these attacks, the victim or their family members should consider contacting dog bite lawyers for help.

Dog attacks can cause their victims severe physical and emotional damage. One in five dog bite victims will require medical attention for their injuries, the AVMA reports.

If you or a loved one has been bitten by a dog due to the negligence of the owner, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. In Arizona, it’s important for dog bite victims to have their claims reviewed by an experienced Arizona dog bite lawyer like the attorneys at Phillips Law Group.

Contact our firm today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your potential case. We can review your claim and determine your legal options. Our dog bite lawyers have extensive experience with personal injury cases and are more than prepared to discuss your case with you and try to help you get justice.

All of our services are provided on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not be charged any fees unless we help you recover adequate compensation. Please call us today to learn more, or fill out the form on this page to get in touch about your situation.

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If you’ve been injured in an accident, it’s time to call an attorney. Studies show that the average insurance award with an attorney is 3 times higher than without. Call (602) 258-8888 to tell us your story and get a free case review.

+ Should I Accept an Insurance Offer?

Insurance adjusters work for the insurance companies, and their priority is to make sure they pay as little as possible for the insurance claim. Talk to a lawyer before accepting an insurance offer to make sure you are getting a fair settlement.

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There’s no fee to start your case. At Phillips Law Group we work on a contingency basis. That means you don’t pay us anything unless we ultimately win your case.

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    Arizona Dog Bite Lawsuits

    The state of Arizona has strict laws concerning dog bites. The owner of the dog or the person responsible for the canine is liable for the dog bite if:

    • The dog bite took place on public property
    • The dog bite took place on private property and the victim was on or on the property lawfully
    • The attack was unprovoked

    Dog bite victims cannot bring legal action against government agencies if they were bitten by a military or police dog during the following situations:

    • The dog was defending itself from a harassing or provoking act
    • The canine was assisting in the investigation of a crime or possible crime
    • The dog was assisting in the execution of a warrant
    • The dog was assisting in the defense of a peace officer or another
    • The canine was assisting in the apprehension or holding of a suspect where the employee had reasonable suspicion of the suspect’s involvement in criminal activity.

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    What To Do if You Have Been Bitten by a Dog

    Individuals who have been bitten by a dog should take the following steps:

    • Remain calm
    • Wash your wound with soap and water
    • Call a physician or visit an emergency room
    • Report the dog bite to your local animal care and control
    • If possible, confine the dog (do not put yourself in danger)
    • Record the details of the dog attack, including the dog breed, animal location, size of the dog, color of the dog, if the dog was wearing a collar or tag, the owner of the pet, etc.
    • Collect contact information from any witnesses
    • Take color photos of your dog bite injuries
    • Save all medical documents related to the injury
    • Keep all clothing that was worn during the dog attack
    • Do not speak to any insurance agents without contacting an Arizona dog bite attorney first

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    Licensed Phoenix Dog Bite Attorneys

    If you or a loved one has sustained a dog bite injury, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.

    The Phoenix dog bite attorneys at Phillips Law Group have the knowledge and resources to handle your claim. Contact the Phoenix law firm to discuss your legal options.

    To find out if you are eligible to file a dog bite lawsuit, fill out the contact form on this page to receive a free case evaluation.

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