Non-Bite Injuries From Dog Attacks
Dogs can be unpredictable. They may be calm and playful one moment, only to lunge at you unexpectedly. And dogs can still cause injuries, even if the injuries don’t result from an actual dog bite.
The law in Michigan says that a dog owner is responsible for any damages caused by their dog. And these damages don’t have to come from a bite. If you were injured while a dog chased you, jumped on you, or caused you to fall off a bike- just to mention a few cases- you may be able to get compensation for your injuries.
If you have been injured by an aggressive dog, the first step you should take is to seek appropriate medical attention. Once your injuries have been treated, you should reach out to a personal injury attorney. Here, we’ll walk you through all you need to know about non-bite dog attack injuries, and how you can take action to win the maximum possible settlement for your case.