Hallandale Dog Attack Attorney - Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA | a personal injury law firm
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Hallandale
Dog Attack Attorney

Much as your dog may be your most faithful companion and most valued friend, to everyone else’s dog you are a stranger and, as such, a potential threat. Walking through the beaches and boardwalks of Hallandale with your trusty canine on a leash can be of life’s greatest simple pleasures, but it is essential to be aware of the risks involved in owning a dog. Just as you are a stranger to other people’s pet dogs, they are strangers to yours. To avoid adding to dog attack statistics, you must ensure that your dog is securely enclosed at home, and on a leash at all times when out in public. In fact, you have a legal obligation to do so.

Despite the best efforts of responsible dog owners in Hallandale, dog bites and related attacks are relatively commonplace across Florida, as dogs either escape the boundaries their owners believed to be sufficient, or were not properly looked after in the first place. When this happens, the consequences for innocent bystanders can sometimes be devastating. That friendly family pet is capable of inflicting severe injuries when provoked, or when perceiving they are under attack, as anyone who has been bitten in a dog attack can confirm.

If you have been injured in a Hallandale dog attack, an expert attorney from Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA, could secure the compensation you deserve.

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Friendly Labrador Retriever Could be the Most Likely to Attack Unprovoked

If you were asked to name the five dog breeds most often involved in Hallandale dog attacks, you would probably correctly identify pit bulls and Rottweilers, but would you guess that Labrador retrievers have been proven to be most likely to attack unprovoked? Doberman pinschers, huskies and German Shepherds make up the rest of the top five.

When you suffer injuries after a dog attack, the dog’s owner is responsible and can be held accountable. Failing to keep your dog securely at home, or on a leash while walking in public, is legally considered to be negligence and, as such, a Hallandale dog attack attorney could recover damages if you have been injured by an unleashed, or poorly controlled dog.

As a dog owner yourself, you may wish to double-check the security of your dog-containing arrangements, bearing in mind that you would be liable if your dog escaped and injured a person. Believing your dog could not escape is not a valid defense, legally speaking.

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Attacks in Hallandale – The Facts

We are all aware that dogs do attack from time to time, but do you know the actual statistics about dog bite attacks in Florida?

  • 61% of all fatal dog attacks in 2016 involved several dogs attacking one person
  • Children under 14 are the most at-risk group when it comes to dog attacks, with boys being more likely to be attacked than girls
  • One-third of all Hallandale dog attacks involve dogs who are not on a leash while outside the home
  • The majority of dog attacks on children involve familiar dogs
  • 2 people per year, on average, die from dog bites in Florida
  • 26% of dog attacks are caused by inappropriate behavior, such a rough-housing or taunting the dog
  • 24% of dog bite injuries resulted from the dog protecting its owner or their property
  • 32% of dog attacks involved unleashed dogs, away from home

An experienced Hallandale dog attack attorney has the legal knowledge and expertise needed to successfully handle your case when you, or your child, has sustained injuries in a dog attack.

To discuss the details of your Hallandale dog attack with an expert attorney, call us today on 305.931.6666 to schedule your free initial consultation.

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