The exact location and address where the attack took place.
Each year, nearly 4.5 million people suffer a dog bite and one out of every five people require medical attention.
Occasionally, man’s best friend turns on people and the result is a dog bite. Indiana is a One Bite Rule state. This means that the owner of the dog is liable of injuries caused by their dogs, even if it has never bitten anyone before and the owner had no previous knowledge of any prior vicious behavior.
If you have suffered a dog bite in Indiana, the physical, emotional, and financial effects can last you a lifetime. Contact Tabor Law today. Tabor Law’s dog bite attorneys will thoroughly investigate your case and determine the full extent of your harms and losses to get you the maximum compensation you deserve.
Common Questions That
We Can Help You Answer:
I was attacked by a dog who got loose from his chain. Can I still recover?
Most likely, yes. The evidence will need to show the dog owner’s effort to restrain or control the dog was done poorly.