Phoenix Third Party Liability Dog Bite Attorneys
Dog Bite Injury Laws & Owner Liability Rules
We often think of liability in a dog bite case as being straightforward, but experienced personal injury and wrongful death legal teams know that these cases can get complex. One common way that a case gets resolved includes a "third party" often involving worker's compensation.
For instance, when a dog injures a postal worker in the course of delivering mail, this sets up a more complicated type of injury case litigation. Often, the worker's compensation will kick in, offering a payout before the Phoenix personal injury case is resolved. However, the worker's compensation office may put a lien on the award from the personal injury case. This kind of "stacking" in on-the-job bite injuries can get confusing, and without proper legal assistance, it can be hard for a victim to figure out whether he or she is getting all that they deserve.
Experienced and Professional Help
Our legal staff at Breyer Law Offices, P.C., can help victims understand all of their rights and the best ways to be compensated for all costs of an injury. This Husband and Wife Law Team will tend to your personal injury case with attention to all of the research and fact-finding that will build your injury case the right way. With dedication to a client's case, Breyer Law Offices, P.C., personal injury and wrongful death lawyers use their knowledge of local statutes, case precedent and personal injury legal frameworks to get victims what is due.
Call Phoenix Dog Bite Lawyers at (602) 267-1280
When you are a victim in a dog attack, call Breyer Law Offices, P.C., and let our caring, professional and experienced Phoenix dog bite lawyers put your case together. One telephone call can help you sort out how to proceed with a case and understand your rights as someone with an injury who will require medical and cosmetic care while affecting your lifestyle.
To contact Breyer Law Offices, P.C., submit a case form online and get critical legal assistance with your case.