Camrose Dog Bite Lawyers

The people who own commercial or residential properties have a duty to keep their guests safe from harm. They are required by law to take preventative measures to ensure that their visitors will not be injured on their premises.

In accordance with the province’s Occupiers’ Liability Act, the people who control access to their premises must take proactive precautions to reduce the risk of injuries to those who are lawfully visiting their property. If their property is home to a dog, the owners must take steps to ensure their pet does not bite, maul, or otherwise attack other humans. Failure to do so could be considered negligence. As such, the property occupier’s insurance company could be liable for damages incurred by injured victims of a dog attack on-site.

The victims of dog attacks can incur substantial financial losses as a result of their injuries. These injuries can be both physical and psychological. They are often long-lasting, pervasive, and require substantial medical treatment to address. Oftentimes, these injuries have a negative financial impact on the lives of dog attack victims.

Furthermore, when dogs bite humans, they could potentially transmit severe infections through their saliva.These diseases can be terminal, or lead to severe health outcomes. They include:

  • Rabies
  • Tetanus
  • Endocarditis
  • Sepsis
  • Meningitis
  • Pasteurella
  • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
  • And possibly more

It is crucial to report any incidents involving an aggressive, violent dog to Alberta Animal Services bylaw enforcement. Even if the injured victim is personally acquainted with the dog’s owner, it is important to alert these authorities so that steps can be taken to ensure other people will not be injured, maimed, or killed as a result of their aggression.

It is also important to receive legal feedback from our Camrose dog bite lawyers. Just because your injuries were sustained on someone else’s property does not mean the dog owner’s insurance provider will pay you what you are owed. Indeed, insurers often look for reasons to delay or deny coverage to injured victims of dog attacks.

However, by working with our dog bite lawyers serving Camrose, you may be able to recover the compensation to which you are rightfully entitled. To learn more, contact us today and schedule your free initial consultation with our Camrose dog bite lawyers.

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Our dog bite lawyers serving Camrose have experience fighting back against the unfair tactics often used by insurers to rob injured victims of fair compensation. We are passionate about standing up for the rights of injured victims of dog attacks to ensure they receive the compensation they require to fully recover from their physical and psychological injuries.

If you were bitten by someone else’s dog and are unsure of which steps to take next, consider booking a free initial consultation with our Camrose dog bite lawyers. During this cost-free, no-obligation first meeting, you will have the chance to review the circumstances of your case and learn about options for financial compensation that might be available to you.

Do not hesitate. Contact our dog bite lawyers serving Camrose today.

 
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