Topeka Dog Bite Accident Attorney
Recover the Compensation for Dog Bites That You Deserve
They may be man’s best friend, but friendly canines can quickly become vicious animals with hardly any warning. Dog bites, no matter how serious, can warrant compensation if they occur under certain circumstances. At Roger Fincher Attorney at Law, the goal of our dog bite accident attorney in Topeka is here to assess the specifics of your injury and determine the most effective way to pursue justice.
Seeking compensation for dog bites? Use our online case evaluation form or call (785) 222-4066 to schedule your free consultation!
Many dog bite victims hesitate to seek legal representation because they feel that their case is too trivial. Our law firm knows differently. Negligent owners should be held accountable for the behavior of their pets, and that is where our legal team comes in. While you recover, our Topeka dog bite attorney will work tirelessly in an effort to achieve the outcome you need.
What Is The One Bite Rule For Dogs?
For over 100 years Kansas dog bite law has followed a “one bite rule,” meaning that an owner is liable for injuries caused by their dog only if they knew their dog was dangerous. Given this law, it can be difficult to successfully pin liability on the owner without tangible evidence.
Our dog bite lawyers in Topeka must prove the following in order to prove negligence:
- You suffered injuries that are serious
- That the owner of the dog was aware of aggressive tendencies
- There was failure on the owner's part to restrain the dog
The more conclusively you prove that the owner should have known that the dog was capable of biting, the better your chances of recovering compensation for your injuries. Compensation can cover the cost of medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Take Action with a Dog Bite Accident Attorney
While certain breeds have a greater reputation for biting people, seemingly friendly dogs are not exempt from causing harm. Whether you were bitten by a pit bull or a golden retriever, it is imperative that you seek legal counsel before it is too late. Kansas gives victims two years to file a claim and this time can pass quickly. Our firm is grounded in more than 25 years of experience and we move swiftly on behalf of our clients. Get in touch with our Topeka dog bite attorney today for representation throughout the area!
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