If you ever see what looks like an out of control large dog while out and about, you would be well advised to give it as a wide a berth as you can, lest you end up being bitten. Unfortunately though, due to the fact that dogs can typically move a lot quicker than humans, there will be little you’ll be able to do about it if a cross canine decides it wants to do you some harm. In most cases, the way that a dog behaves will be a result of the way it has been treated, unless of course it is a breed that has been banned for being dangerous.
If you are bitten by a dog, there will be a chance that you might well be able to take some form of 100% no-win, no-fee* personal injury action against its owner with the help of a Beddau road traffic accidents solicitor. In some cases, the animal concerned might have to be put down, but you could have a say in its future.
Dog bite incidents and Beddau road traffic accidents solicitors
Imagine that you had made your way down to your local playing fields for a bit of fresh air. The sun is shining, and the place is buzzing with activity. All thoughts of being injured in an accident that was not your fault and then having to seek recompense for your suffering with the aid of top Beddau road traffic accidents personal injury solicitor are very far from your mind indeed. Suddenly, a very large, rather shabby-looking dog races over to you and sinks its teeth into your leg. The pain is excruciating.
Under these circumstances, provided you could identify the dog’s owner, there will be a chance that you might well find yourself in a position where taking road traffic accidents action against the owner of the beast might be a very real option. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you could be looking at a pay-out of several thousands of pounds. You might also have a say as to whether the animal is put down. If you do, you may decide that it really wasn’t the dog’s fault that its owner had failed to train it properly.
Take action with Accident Advice Helpline
Regardless of what you decide to do about any influence you have over the dog’s future, you’ll likely want to look into action you might be able to take against its owner. To do this, simply pick up the phone and dial 0800 689 0500 from a land line to find out if Accident Advice Helpline might be able to offer you road traffic accidents representation.Open Claim Calculator