You can count on W Ware Morrison Law Group to ensure that justice is served for victims of vicious dog bites. With Virginia's one-bite rule, most owners cannot be held liable for injuries unless it can be proven that the animal has a history of aggression or that the owner knew the animal was dangerous. A dog owner can be considered negligent for a number of factors, including if the dog was leashed or muzzled, if the dog was allowed to run loose, if the owner took steps to contain the animal on the property, or if the owner posted warnings about the dog. Trust the team with more than 40 years of experience to understand these nuances.
- Pain and suffering
- Medical bills and future care
- Lost wages and earning capacity
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Scarring, disfigurement, or permanent disability
Obtain compensation for the scarring and pain and suffering from a vicious dog bite.
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