Is a CT Dog's Owner always Responsible for CT Dog Bites?

Each state has its own laws regarding the responsibility of CT dog owners in the event of a CT dog bite attack. These laws will strongly impact your ability to recover compensation in a dog bite injury case.

In the state of Connecticut, the laws protect the rights of dog bite victims and tend to hold dog owners responsible for damages caused when their pet attacks another person. Connecticut has a "strict liability" law regarding dog bite attacks. This means that you do not need to prove the dog's owner was negligent in order to recover compensation for your damages. You simply have to prove that the dog's owner or keeper was responsible for the dog at the time of the attack. Please contact Hastings, Cohan & Walsh, LLP today to schedule your free dog bite injury consultation. We serve clients in Danbury, Waterbury, New Haven, Stamford, and Ridgefield, Connecticut.

If you have been injured in a dog bite attack, it is important to work with an experienced CT dog bite lawyer when seeking compensation for your damages. A skilled attorney can negotiate with the insurance company to make sure your settlement adequately covers the true value of your damages. After your injury, your focus should be on getting better. Let your lawyer focus on getting you the compensation you deserve.

The CT dog bite lawyers at Hastings, Cohan & Walsh, LLP are committed to providing you with the highly personalized representation you deserve after your CT dog bite injury. With more than 100 years of combined experience, our attorneys have the skills to aggressively protect your rights, and we are prepared to pursue your case in court if a settlement is not in your best interests.