Grand Rapids Dog Bite Reporting

If you are bitten by an animal it should be immediately reported to Kent County Animal Control at 616-632-7300

Bite Investigation

The Kent County Animal Shelter investigates all reports of animal bites in Kent County as part of community rabies control. You may report a bite directly by calling the Animal Shelter any time day or night at (616) 632-7300.

Additionally, law enforcement officers called to the scene of animal bite incidents, or medical personnel who may treat an animal bite victim are required by law to report bites to the Kent County Animal Shelter.

Animal Control Officers investigating an animal bite will determine the circumstances surrounding the bite, and what action should be taken regarding the biting animal. Biting animals are generally quarantined in their home or at the Kent County Animal Shelter kennels for a minimum of 10 days after they have bitten someone. Small children are the most frequent victims of animal bites and parents and pet owners should exercise caution when allowing a small child to interact with a larger animal, even one that is “tame” or “friendly.”

We have the information that you need if you or a loved one is faced with a serious dog bite injury.

Dog Bite Claims Generally

Michigan Dog Bite Statute

Dog Leash Laws

Dog Bite Jury Instructions

Dog Bite Compensation

Contact us immediately when you are injured by a dog attack or just a serious dog bite. You need to know your rights when explaining your dog bite injury to the insurance company. The only defense to a dog bite is provocation. The adjuster will try to get you to say that you did something to provoke the dog, even if it is unintentional. Dog bite insurance adjusters and attorneys are working for the owner of the dog that bit you to eliminate your claim. They will offer you nothing or next to nothing and even pretend to be acting for you when they are not. You need the Grand Rapids dog bite attorneys of Krupp Law Offices PC representing your interests to ensure that you are justly and fairly compensated. Call us now and speak with an attorney that can explain your rights under the Michigan Dog Bite Statute.

Considering dog bite attorneys work on a percentage of recovery on dog bite claims, it is beneficial to have the assistance of a dog bite attorney to help you with your claim. At Krupp Law Offices P.C., a Grand Rapids dog bite attorney will evaluate a claim for free to determine whether you’re entitled to compensation.

Krupp Law Offices P.C. serves clients throughout West Michigan, including the cities of Ada, Grand Rapids, Holland, and Grand Haven, and the counties of Kent, Ottawa, Allegan, Barry, Newaygo, Montcalm, and Ionia.

KRUPP LAW OFFICES PC
Grand Rapids Dog Bite Attorney
161 Ottawa NW Suite 201
Grand Rapids MI 49503
616-459-6636 or mail@krupplaw.com


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