When a dog bites and causes injury, its owner can be financially liable for the damages that result from the injury. By Arizona law, dog owners must take precautions to minimize the chance of their pets injuring others. If you or someone you love has been injured in a dog attack, a dog bite lawyer in Chandler, AZ, can help you pursue the owner for the compensation you deserve.
Our legal team will do everything from A to Z to make this process as convenient and effective as possible. We will come to you when and where works best for you to conduct a free case evaluation. We can even handle your case review—and sign you up as a client—via the phone.
Best of all, there is never an out-of-pocket cost to work with us. We get paid only when you do.
To learn more and to speak with a member of the Zanes Law staff today, call us at (866) 499-8989.
It does not take a stereotypically powerful or aggressive breed of dog to bite in a way that inflicts harm. Even small dogs, such as chihuahuas, miniature pinschers, and other terrier breeds, can produce powerful bites that lead to long-term physical and emotional scarring, as well as disfigurement. Regardless of the breed of the dog that bit you or the circumstances that led to the attack, you deserve compensation for your dog bite injuries.
At Zanes Law, we will evaluate your dog bite injury claim no matter how the attack occurred. We will let you know your legal options and what to expect. If the owner was liable, we will gather evidence proving your case, and we will pursue them for the compensation you deserve.
Call Zanes Law today at (866) 499-8989 for your free, no-obligation case review.
Arizona holds dog owners to high standards when it comes to protecting others from possible bites and attacks. Even if the dog that bit you had not been aggressive in the past, there is a good chance that the owner is still liable for your injuries.
Arizona legal code 11-1025 describes the conditions under which an owner is liable for damages arising from dog bite injuries. The law holds an owner liable when their dog bites a person either in a public place or on legally occupied private property, including the owner’s property. Whether the dog had previously exhibited vicious tendencies does not factor into the owner’s liability, nor does the owner’s awareness of the dog’s propensity to bite.
The law firm you choose plays a large role not only in the outcome of your case, but also in the comfort and ease with which you will navigate this legal matter.
Here is what you can expect when you work with Zanes Law:
At Zanes Law, our job is to make our clients’ lives easier in the days and weeks that follow an injury. Our goal is to make sure you collect the compensation you deserve. In the process of striving toward this goal, we take care of all the little things that can otherwise serve up monumental stress for a dog bite victim. Our legal support staff is eager to hear from you and to help you with anything you need. To make the process even more stress-free, we will even come to you for meetings and appointments.
Zanes Law relentlessly protects the rights of injured victims in the Chandler area. Our clients are like family to us, and the outcome of your case means as much to us as it does to you. We will do whatever it takes to steer your dog bite injury claim to a fair settlement or judgment.
We do not make you wait weeks to speak with a dog bite attorney. In most cases, we can meet with you the very day you contact us—and if not that day, then certainly within 24 hours of your call. Your free initial consultation takes less than 30 minutes to complete.
Zanes Law will take on the owner of the animal that bit you. We will fight for the compensation you deserve. Your settlement or award may include compensation for the following types of damages and more:
Every case is unique, and these are not the only damages you may be able to pursue. A dog bite lawyer in Chandler, AZ can help you determine the compensation to which you are entitled.
Arizona’s statute of limitations on filing a dog bite injury claim is typically two years from the date of your injury. The sooner you hire a law firm to represent you, the sooner your attorney can begin gathering evidence and building your case. Besides working to ensure you do not miss state filing deadlines, our legal team will immediately start investigating your case, including interviewing witnesses whose memories will tend to fade over time.
Zanes Law is eager to get to work on your dog bite injury claim today. We will travel to you whenever and wherever it is convenient to conduct a free case evaluation. You can sign up with us in a single phone call, and there is never a fee until and unless we win. To speak with a member of the Zanes Law team today, call us at (866) 499-8989.