How Much Compensation for a Dog Bite?

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How much compensation for a dog bite?

How much compensation for a dog bite?’ is a question that appears to pop up a lot here at Beardsells. We’ve all seen the horrific news stories recently about dog bite so we are all aware that they happen. When it comes to claiming compensation for a dog bite it will be the owner that you are claiming against.

All dog owners have a responsibility to make sure there dog do not endanger a human being or other species. Good dog owners will always make sure their dog is on a lead in public places. Unfortunately nowadays certain breeds of dogs have become status symbols for some people. This means dogs are used to instil fear in others.

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If you or a family member has been victim to a dog bite then you are entitled to claim compensation. A dog bite is very painful and can, in certain cases, lead to infection. You may have to take time off work, undergo painful medical treatments and in some circumstances cosmetic procedures are needed.

Dogs are the most popular pet to own in the UK but what we must remember is that a dog, by natural, is a wild animal. A dog owner can never be 100% certain of how their pet is going to react to any given situation. Dogs have natural instincts and if they feel under threat they will attack.

If you have been bitten by a dog, even to the face, then we can assure you it was no your fault. The person at fault is the owner for not controlling their animal. You are therefore well within your rights to claim the compensation you deserve. You shouldn’t have to pay for the medical treatment you or your loved one requires, you shouldn’t have to have time off work and suffer immense pain due to the actions of someone else.

We are here to support you through you claim and that is why we have created our free guide. It’s readily available for anyone to download because we want you to have all the information you require when it comes to dog bite compensation claims.

We’ve made it simple and have not contained any legal jargon to confuse you. Begin realising how much compensation you could be entitled to by downloading our free guide today.

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Call us now on 0800 677 1911 or mobile 0333 577 2251 free of charge to start your claim today.

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Written by Wai

Wai Yi is our joint Managing Director. She joined the firm originally as an articled clerk to the founder, Keith Beardsell and qualified as a solicitor in 1989. She became an equity partner in 1997, and upon the creation of Beardsells LLP in 2011, she became joint Managing Director. You can follow Wai Yi on Google+.

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