Decatur Personal Injury Lawyers.
Protecting the rights of animal attack and dog bite victims throughout Central Illinois.
Dogs can be our closest companions. But the unfortunate reality is that sometimes dogs bite. In fact, the CDC estimates that approximately 4.7 million dog bites occur throughout the United States each year. Not surprisingly, many of the victims of those dog bites are children.
Dog owners have a legal duty and responsibility to properly train, supervise, restrain, and control their pet. If you or a loved one has been bit by a dog, the pet owner has breached their duty. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help you recover for your injuries.
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers
Our personal injury lawyers have achieved incredible results for injury victims, including dog bite victims. With offices located in Decatur, Sullivan, and Bloomington, we have the unique ability to serve dog bite victims throughout Central Illinois.
Free Dog Bite Consultations
Instead of asking dog bite victims to pay a consultation fee, our dog bite lawyers provide consultations free of charge. At your free consultation, we will meet with you to discuss your options and review your medical issues, while determining the best path moving forward so you will receive appropriate compensation for your injuries.
Just as your consultation is free, we do not charge hourly attorney time for work performed on dog bite cases. Instead, we take dog bite cases on a contingency. This means we only get paid if your claim is eventually settled or won at trial. Our fee will then be an agreed upon percentage of the overall award as determined by your representation agreement.
Contact BRE Law
If you or a loved one has been bit by a dog, let us show you how we can help. Our lawyers are ready to put their years of individual and combined success to work for you to obtain maximum compensation for your injuries. Contact us for a free consultation.
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