Milwaukee Dog Bite Personal Injury Attorneys
Fighting to Recover Damages for Dog Bite Victims
In Wisconsin, dog owners are legally responsible for the damages their
dogs cause by biting a person, attacking another domestic animal, or destroying
property. The duty imposed upon pet owners is based on the theory of strict
liability, which makes pet owners legally responsible for a bite or attack
even if the owner did nothing wrong.
Wisconsin law also provides that, in the event the pet owners knew the
dog or animal was dangerous, the owner may be liable for two times the
full amount of recoverable damages. If you have been injured by a dog
bite or animal attack, contact the experienced Milwaukee personal injury
attorneys of Samster, Konkel & Safran, S.C. today.
Please note the statutes of limitation may bar recovery of damages if legal
action is taken after the statutorily prescribed time period.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can help!
Top Dog Bite Breeds
- Top Dog Breeds Accounting for 75% of all Fatal Dog Bite Attacks in the U.S.:
Pit bull terriers: Pit bulls can pose a danger to society when they are improperly raised.
For example, pit bulls have a history of being bred to be fighting dogs.
Pit bulls use a bite and shake attack on their target, which can cause
immense tissue and muscle damage. Pit bulls are known to attack unexpectedly
and without any seeming aggravation. Many pit bull dog bite victims have
stated that they never saw the dog attack coming.
Rottweiler: Rottweilers are powerful dogs that can be dangerous if not properly trained.
This breed of dog has a protective personality which can sometimes lead
German shepherd – German shepherds have a long history of service to humanity. They
have been used by both police forces and the military in the service of
protection. But when German shepherds are improperly trained or socialized,
due to their large size they can cause significant damage when attacking
a human or another dog.
If you have been attacked by a dog, our attorneys can help. Contact our
Milwaukee personal injury lawyers at Samster Konkel & Safran, S.C.
by calling (414) 455-1639 today.