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The owner of the dog who attacked me doesn't have insurance. Can I still take legal action?

In cases involving injuries caused by animal attacks, such as dogs, the intended result is the payment of financial compensation by the company insuring the dog’s owner. In some instances, a party other than the animal’s legal owner, may also be responsible for compensating the victim of the attack. The law offices of Keller and Keller has successfully represented multiple clients that have suffered from an animal attack, and is able to best advise the victim on the range of available legal options.
Jim Keller
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Dog Bite Checklist

What to Do if You're Attacked

  • Seek immediate medical attention
  • Take photographs of the wounds
  • Call 911 or animal control to report the incident
  • Take photographs of the dog (if it's safe to do so)
  • Gather information about the dog owner (name, address, phone number, insurance info)
  • Contact an experienced dog bite attorney