Like most cities in the nation, Las Vegas has ordinances in place that require dog owners to keep their dogs properly restrained. Such regulations are intended to keep everyone safe, dogs and humans inclusive. However, despite the regulations, not all dog owners exercise responsible ownership, and that can often lead to injury should an attack occur. If you or a family member has been injured in a dog attack or other animal incident, a Las Vegas injury lawyer can analyze your case to determine the extent to which you may be eligible to receive financial compensation.
Dog owners may balk at having to restrain their dogs, believing that the dog is not dangerous and would never hurt anyone. However, even the gentlest of dogs can suddenly become aggressive for reasons that cannot be foreseen. Such was the case recently when a little 18-month-old boy and his grandmother were the victims of injury from a family dog. The child was bitten on the top of the head and around his forehead while the grandmother sustained an injury as she tried to help the boy. The animal was euthanized following the attack, and the grandmother said she had no idea why the dog attacked.
If a Las Vegas dog owner’s disregard for leash regulations has resulted in an injury to you or someone you love, contact a Las Vegas injury lawyer with the Law Offices of Lawlor Winston White & Murphey to get the legal representation you will need to pursue any remuneration to which you may be entitled. Your lawyer will make sure that your rights are protected throughout the case.
If you have suffered injuries in an incident involving a dog, a Las Vegas injury lawyer with Lawlor Winston White & Murphey can help you get the compensation you need.
Your compassionate attorney will vigorously pursue all of the benefits to which you are entitled. Visit our website today at www.lawlorwinston.com/content/las-vegas-nevada-personal-injury-accident-law-firm-serving-las-vegas-and-clark-county or call our offices at 702.659.9500 or toll-free 877.267.6022 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. If you’re concerned that you can’t afford the services of a personal injury attorney, rest assured that we work on a contingency basis—you don’t pay us until you receive compensation from any insurance companies involved.