New Hampshire & Maine Dog Bite Lawyer

Were you attacked by a dog?

Premises liability refers to the responsibility that property owners have to keep their lands safe for visitors and other invitees. When an individual is injured on their property, and they could have reasonably taken measures to prevent this injury, then they may be held liable and responsible for the injuries sustained by the victim. This liability transcends physical obstacles, and can include such situations as dog attacks. A dog owner has the responsibility to keep their animal restrained, and to provide reasonable warning of the danger that the animal could present.

If you have been injured in a dog attack, where you were not reasonably warned of the danger, and the dog owner did not take reasonable steps to restrain the animal, you may be able to collect damages for your injury. You can file a personal injury lawsuit against this individual to pursue monetary compensation for the various financial hardships that you may have incurred along with this injury. Costs of recovery, medication, loss of wages, and future loss of wages are all financial issues to take into account in this situation.

Injured in an attack?

At Shaheen & Gordon, P.A., we are dedicated to excellent representation for our clients. We understand the severity of the matter that you face, and we can provide you with the legal representation that you need in order to effectively pursue your rights, your goals, and your desires. We offer a free case evaluation so that you may obtain legal advice and information regarding your injury case before making any financial commitment. Your situation is important to us, and we can provide you with the assistance that you need for your future.

Contact our firm today to discuss your case and to begin the process of retaining the representation that you need in your case.

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