When a Dog Actually Bites a Man or Woman
In the world of journalism there’s an old expression that news is when “man bites dog” – as opposed to when a dog bites a man. That’s because, of course, dog bites happen so frequently that they are the opposite of newsworthy. As the personal injury lawyer Los Angeles residents turn to first, Cameron Y. Brock of the Law Offices of Burg and Brock understands that dog bites may be common, but they are no laughing matter to their victims. They can result in serious injuries and medical bills in the stratosphere. In some cases, a dog bite attorney might even become a wrongful death attorney as well.
In the large majority of dog bite cases, the person at fault both morally and legally is the owner of the animal in question. Very rarely is the victim of the dog bite somehow to blame. It is nearly always the fault of an owner who was in some way negligent in restraining or training his dog properly. The fact of the matter is that dogs may be fully domesticated but they are anything but defenseless; they can be truly dangerous under the wrong set of circumstances. If you or a loved one is a victim of a dog bite and the owner or his insurance company appears to be unwilling to compensate you fully for injuries you have suffered, Cameron Y. Brock and the Law Offices of Burg & Brock are hoping to hear from you.
Mr. Brock works on a contingency fee basis and handles all types of personal injury cases; he is Southern California’s most noted automotive and motorcycle accident attorney. Los Angeles area plaintiffs and other have received more than $100 million from his work. Make the Law Offices of Burg & Brock your first stop when you seek legal counsel.