Injuries from dog bites can be very serious and may even result in emergency room visits. With their service expansion, Cambre & Associates is set to guide dog bite victims through the complex process of seeking fair compensation for their injuries.
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The enhanced services from Cambre & Associates operate on a contingency fee basis, a move designed to ease the financial burden of hiring an attorney and allow victims to effectively pursue their claims and seek damages from those responsible.
Under Georgia’s modified version of the ‘one bite’ rule, a dog owner can only be held liable if they were aware of their dog’s aggressiveness or if the attack occurred because of their negligence, such as not keeping the dog on a leash. Establishing liability requires victims to provide tangible evidence of their injuries and proof of their claims that the dog owner’s negligence resulted in their injuries.
Cambre & Associates notes that the task of gathering evidence can be overwhelming for victims, who are already dealing with the physical and emotional trauma of a dog attack. As such, it recommends that victims enlist the services of experienced dog bite attorneys who will help them gather the necessary evidence, such as witness statements, police reports, and medical records.
The lawyers at Cambre & Associates understand the nuances of the law surrounding dog bites in Georgia and are ready to fight for the rights of victims and pursue the best possible outcomes for clients. They seek to recover the maximum compensation that covers the economic and non-economic losses the victim may have suffered.
With this expansion, the law firm reiterates its commitment to helping dog bite victims access the competent legal representation needed to seek justice from negligent dog owners.
“If a dog has bitten you or a loved one, you may be entitled to compensation. But that depends on proving that the attack resulted from the dog owner’s negligence,” a spokesperson said. “At Cambre & Associates, we understand the traumatic and confusing nature of the claims process and are committed to holding the liable parties accountable.”
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