Dog Bites/Attacks


On average, 1,000 U.S. citizens go to the ER each day for treatment from a dog bite or attack.

In most states including Florida and Minnesota, a person is strictly liable for his or her dog’s bites. This means that if a person’s dog bites and injures another person, regardless of whether or not the dog has ever bitten anyone previously, the dog owner is legally liable for any injuries the dog inflicts. Injury caused by a homeowner’s pet is covered by their homeowner’s insurance policy.

If a dog bites or attacks you or someone in your family, seek medical attention immediately. Then call The Ruth Law Team to find out what legal recourse you may have to financial compensation for injuries suffered, pain endured, and permanent scarring inflicted. We have extensive experience successfully obtaining a financial recovery for many clients.

A consultation with one of our attorneys is free, and there is no obligation. We’ll be happy to answer your questions. Call us today at 1-888-SteveRuth (1-888-783-8378).