Dog bite laws in New Hampshire
A "strict liability" law is in effect in New Hampshire, holding dog owners accountable for the actions of their pets, including injury and/or property damage.
According to New Hampshire law, the statute of limitations, or time period, for filing a claim for a dog bite is within three years of the injury. You need a skillful attorney to help you through the claims process in order to receive the compensation you deserve.
Dog bite injuries can be life-altering
The injuries suffered from a dog bite can be catastrophic. Often, multiple layers of skin are damaged, which can affect nerves, tendons, and ligaments. Permanent disfigurement is another possible outcome, which can severely affect a person's quality of life and add to the emotional trauma that often accompanies dog bites.
Medical bills can pile up incredibly fast. Patients may need multiple surgeries in order to regain feeling, movement, and some quality of life. As a result, a victim can miss work, which will result in lost wages. This can have a significant impact, especially if the victim is the main breadwinner in a household.
Fortunately, you're not alone. Our attorneys can file dog bite claim and fight for the financial compensation you rightfully deserve for your dog bite injuries. And we know what to do since our law firm has been defending injury victims' rights in New Hampshire for more than a century.
Contact our lawyers for representation you can count on
At our firm, we pride ourselves on our legal excellence. When you are injured, you want the best representation you can access. That's why we serve injury victims in Dover and throughout the state of New Hampshire. We know the law and know how to get results.
If you were the victim of a dog bite, contact us. You can speak with an attorney at our firm about your case and learn all about your available legal options, free of charge (injury cases only). Don't hesitate. Take the first step towards getting your justice. We're here to help you.