DOG BITE LAWSUITS
What are dog bite lawsuits? Under Michigan law, if you or a loved one is bitten or attacked by a dog you have a right to bring a dog bite lawsuit against the owner. Typically, our office will review for case and gather all the necessary information to properly assess your claim. We will look at liability and damages. We will also review insurance coverage. Prior to filing a dog bite lawsuit we will send a settlement proposal out to the dog owner and their insurance company. It will state the facts of your claim and damages that you have suffer. Additional, we will include pictures of your injuries, police reports, dog bite reports, and any other documentation.
If a settlement cannot be reached, a dog bite lawsuit is filed. It is similar to other personal injury lawsuits. At that point a jury will decide liability and damages at a trial.
The lawyers at Krupp law Offices have over 85 years of legal experience. Our Michigan dog bite attorneys have helped people who have suffered dog bite injuries. Schedule a FREE consultation with our Michigan dog bite attorneys so we can help you with your Michigan dog bite or dog attack case. There are no up front fees to purse your dog bite claim.
NO FEES UNTIL YOUR MICHIGAN DOG BITE CASE IS SETTLED
You will not be charge anything, until we settle your Michigan dog bite case. Your phone calls, consultations, and all you paperwork is prepared free of charge. We will review the facts of your case and explain Michigan dog bite law for no charge. If you want to have us pursue your dog bite claim, we will only be paid a third of the recovery when you receive your settlement. Pick up the phone and call us immediately for help.
HOW DO I GET STATRTED WITH MY MICHIGAN DOG BITE CASE?
Call us immediately for a FREE no obligation dog bite consultation with one of our lawyers. We can answer your dog bite questions.
KRUPP LAW OFFICES PC
161 Ottawa NW Suite 404
Grand Rapids MI 49506
DOG ATTACK INFORMATION
We have the information that you need if you or a loved one is faced with a serious dog attack injury.