How Do I Know If I Have A Dog Bite Claim?
It depends on the circumstances around the incident. In Louisiana, the owner of the dog may be liable if:
- The owner was aware the dog may behave in a dangerous fashion.
- The owner could have prevented the bite but chose not to do so.
- The person who was bitten didn’t take any action to provoke the animal.
Animal bite claims can be difficult to prove and an experienced attorney can help advise you on your specific situation.
What Will Happen If I File An Animal Bite Claim?
Every situation is different, but generally, after you file a claim with animal control, they will open an investigation into the incident. At this point, witnesses will be interviewed, your local agency may issue a subpoena and a judge will ultimately determine what happens to the animal in question.
My Child Was Killed In An Accident And They Have No Living Spouse. Can I File A Wrongful Death Claim?
Potentially, if they have no surviving children. Children and spouses of the decedent are the primary parties to file a claim, but parents may file claims in certain circumstances. Speak with an attorney today to learn more about how to proceed with your specific situation.
How Soon After A Car Accident Should I Get An Attorney?
As soon as possible. A skilled legal advocate can help you assess the situation, work with the insurance company for a fair settlement and prevent you from saying anything that could misrepresent your injuries or the situation. If you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident, call us today for skilled legal guidance and personalized attention to your case.
What Information Should I Have To File A Car Accident Claim?
Generally, it’s good to have contact information for the other driver and any witnesses, as well as photographs from the scene of the accident. After you’ve been treated for injuries, write down what you remember about the accident. This information could help prove you didn’t cause the accident.
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The content of this frequently asked questions page is provided for your information only. The information here is not legal advice. If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in an accident, call an experienced personal injury today for the legal advice and counsel you need. We’ll walk you through your options, step-by-step and help you create a plan to move forward. You can reach The Feucht Law Firm in Eunice by email or at 337-466-4424.