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Animal Encounters

Boise Animal Encounters

If you or your child has been bitten by a dog or attacked by another animal, you may be eligible for compensation for:

  • Medical Bills
  • Scarring
  • Disfigurement
  • Lost Wages
  • Other Damages.

Claims against pet owners

Dog owners have a responsibility to control their pet's behavior.

Owners are responsible for fencing or chaining vicious dogs. If the dog has been known to bite or attack a non-trespasser, it may be considered vicious.

If the dog has no history of attacking a human, you may still be able to pursue a claim against the dog owner.

We can explain your legal options if you or a child have been injured due to a pet owner's neglect.

Hitting livestock on the road

Just as dog owners are responsible for controlling their pet's behavior, farmers are responsible for making sure their cattle (or other livestock) are properly fenced.

Cows, horses, pigs, and other livestock may escape and enter onto the roadway, putting drivers at risk for very serious accidents.

If you have been injured in a collision with a farm animal, we can help you explore your options for seeking compensation.

We work to make sure you are compensated for your legal, medical and financial needs.

We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency basis. This means we are paid only when we win a settlement or verdict for you.

Contact us today to discuss your legal options for recovery with a friendly, trusted and experienced attorney.

The consultation is free.


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