Tampa Dog Bite Attorney Discusses The Owner Not Providing Any Information
Many times as an experienced Tampa Dog Bite Attorney, I get aked what to do if an owner of a dog refuses to give out any information to the victim. Oftentimes after a dog bite the owner of the dog will not be very cooperative and that’s why it’s a good idea to get animal protective services involved. They will investigate the accident and find out information relevant to your claim, such as the dog owner, how long he’s owned the dog, where the dog came from, whether the dog had its vaccinations, whether or not the dog has a history of vicious propensities, and has it bitten other people. Another thing that can be done is you can talk to the neighbors of where the dog owner lives. I advise clients as a Tampa Dog Bite Attorney that oftentimes you can find out very valuable information about the dog, such as it chases all the kids in the neighborhood, if it frequently runs loose, and things of that nature that may be helpful in your claim against the dog owner.
If you are concerned about a dog owner not providing you information from an attack, contact our experienced Tampa Dog Bite Attorneys.
This informational blog post was provided by Dennis Morgenstern, one of our experienced Tampa Dog Bite Attorney.