Holding Owners Accountable After Dog Bites And Animal Attacks

Have you been attacked by a dog or other animal? You could be suffering severe injuries, lifelong pain, disfigurement, scarring and even severe emotional distress. Injuries from dog bites and other animal attacks can also result in complicated legal battles that require aggressive advocacy from a strong legal team.

At Doehling Law, we bring decades of experience and a strong insurance defense background to benefit every client we represent. We have helped clients from Grand Junction, to Montrose and Glenwood Springs and the surrounding areas of Colorado. Our lawyers provide straight answers and aggressive advocacy in all types of personal injury and premises liability claims.

Whether through negotiation or litigation, we will help you obtain the compensation you deserve after being attacked by a dog or other animal.

If you need experienced legal advice, email us to set up a free initial consultation to discuss your situation, needs, and questions.

Dog Owner Negligence In Colorado

A successful dog bite claim requires proving owner negligence. A dog owner has to have known or should have known that the dog had a propensity to bite someone. If the dog has already bitten someone in the past, the law presumes that the owner knows about the dog's propensity to attack.

Plaintiffs can recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, disfigurement and emotional damage caused by dog attacks. In some cases, even bystanders can obtain compensation for the emotional turmoil caused by witnessing the event.

Dog bite laws differ for various situations and types of dogs, and attacks by other animals also come with different legal rules and standards. At Doehling Law, we use our decades of legal experience and background in the insurance industry to help our clients bring successful claims.

Trust Your Case To An Experienced Legal Team

When you work with Doehling Law, you are our number one concern. We will handle all of the legal aspects of your claim, but we will never forget that you, the client, are the primary decision-maker. We will advise you of your rights and options and stay in contact with you, but we will always let you make the critical decisions in your case.

To schedule a consultation with an experienced Colorado dog bite attorney, call 970-628-3907. We have offices in Grand Junction, Aspen and Glenwood Springs for your convenience.