If you have been injured by an animal, you could be entitled to make a claim for animal injury compensation. You may have been bitten by a dog, kicked by a horse or injured by a farm animal. If the injury wasn’t your fault, get in touch with us today.
Claim for animal injuries
Animals are the responsibility of their owners. If those owners do not take that responsibility seriously, or if they do not do so with sufficient care and attention, they can be held to account if their animal injures another person. In such a situation, they may be ordered to pay animal compensation to the victim.
Cases involving animal injury compensation can often be complicated. In the case of a dog bite, for example, you may need to show that the dog has a history of bad behaviour. However owners may still be held responsible if the animal is behaving as it usually does.
Because of technical issues such as this, it is vital that you take advice from an expert – someone who knows how best to handle a situation of this type and who will look after you and your claim.
Claim animal injury compensation
Accident Advice Helpline has built up an expertise in dealing with animal injury compensation claims over many years. We have particular know-how in dealing with injuries caused by animals.
Our experienced, friendly and reliable animal injury compensation lawyers are ready to help you. They work entirely on a no win no fee basis, so you can be 100% confident that they will act in your best interests and provide you with the best possible service. They will not only work tirelessly to make sure that you receive as much compensation as possible, maximising the money that is legitimately due to you, but will also ensure that what can be a difficult process is simple, convenient and stress-free.
Make an animal injury claim now
For a free no-obligation claim assessment, take 30 seconds to try out our ten-click compensation calculator or call us on 0800 689 0500. Or you can submit a full animal injury compensation CLAIM NOW.
Date Published: 14th November 2011
Author: David Brown