On the Side of Justice

Dangerous Dog Bites servicing Council Bluffs, IA and Omaha, NE

Council Bluffs Dog Bite Attorney

Dog Bites Can Leave Lasting Scars, Both Physical & Emotional

Dog bites can cause serious injuries that leave the victim physically and emotionally scarred. If a dog bit and injured you or a member of your family, you have a legal right to recover financial compensation for damages.

compassionate dog bite lawyer

Being attacked by an animal can be a traumatic experience. No one expects this to happen, and when it does, it can feel like your whole life has changed. Our compassionate dog bite lawyer in Council Bluffs can help you figure out what to do next.

Our legal team is licensed to practice in Iowa and Nebraska. Call us today at 712-323-0999 to request a free consultation.

We Always Seek Maximum Compensation

Personal Injury

Free Consultation

If you were injured in an animal attack, call 712-323-0999 to arrange a free initial consultation with our experienced attorney.

From offices in Council Bluffs, we represent victims of dog bit injuries in southwest Iowa and southeast Nebraska.

compensation for any damages

When you hire our team, we will aggressively pursue maximum compensation for any damages you incurred, including:

  • Medical costs

  • Pain and suffering

  • Property damage

  • Rehabilitation expenses

  • Lost wages

  • Mental health counseling

Strict Liability States

Iowa and Nebraska are “strict liability states” when it comes to dog bites. This means that it doesn’t matter what kind of history the dog has or whether it has bitten someone before or not. If you were bitten by a dog, then the owner is liable for damages unless you were breaking the law or suspected of breaking the law when the attack occurred.

A dog owner may be relieved from their liability if you were breaking the law or provoking the attack. Actions from the victim that could limit owner’s liability include:

  • Trespassing on someone’s property

  • Interacting with the dog in a professional capacity as a trainer or vet

  • Provoking the animal into attacking through physical abuse or taunting

  • Committing a crime against the owner of the dog at the time of the attack

  • Choosing to interact with the dog even after being warned that it might bite

Suffering From a Dog Bite?