Dog Bite Accident Lawyer
Every year we handle dog bite and animal personal injury cases in Iowa. Handling hospital bills and insurance claims is technical and requires knowledge of the laws. Are you tired of not getting answers and feeling like you’re getting the run-a-round?
If you are injured in a dog bite or other animal personal injury accident anywhere in Iowa, call Steve Lombardi of the Lombardi Law Firm, an attorney with animal handling negligence experience located in Wes Des Moines, can help you find the best way to handle the situation. With 30 plus years of experience in the courts, he is very knowledgeable about personal injury law and well equipped with the best way to approach the courts to get the result you will need. 515-222-1110 or [email protected].
If you should find yourself involved in a motorcycle, bike or ATV accident in Iowa, don’t wait. Call personal injury attorney Steve Lombardi at 515.222.1110 as soon as you can. ([email protected]) In the state of Iowa, personal injury claims must be brought to court within two years. More importantly, it’s essential to have an experienced attorney on your side to fight for your rights, to help you recoup lost pay, and to help you pay for the medical bills incurred by a potentially severe injury. You have the right to be justly compensated for injuries caused by the negligence of another.
An injury caused by an animal is in America considered a property-type of injury because animals are the property of their owners. So if you (or your child) are injured by an attacking dog, a bucking horse or a cow in the middle of the road you are at the right place for answers. Snakes, Burmese Pythons seem to be a very popular pet in the southern United States. I'm not sure what pet's would be popular and considered exotic to Midwesterners.
Dogs that seem to be in the news and involve personal injury include pit bulls, Rottweilers, Bullmastiffs, Boxers and Doberman Pinschers. Wikipedia has a list of the people killed by dogs in the United States along with a description of the dates of death, the type of dog breed and the circumstances leading up to the death.
What is running at large? The law talks in terms of animals running-at-large and that simply means the animal isn't under the immediate control of the owner, not properly restrained, penned in or caged.