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Dog Bites And Animal Injuries

Have you been injured by someone else’s animal?

Any dog bite is a serious matter worthy of legal consultation. Strict liability law applies which means the dog’s owner is responsible for any injuries his dog does to you. Often the home owner’s policy is liable. If you or a member of your family have been attacked by someone’s pet, call us to discuss your potential recovery.

We do not charge an attorney fee for personally consulting with you about your insurance claim. Many people do not have the money to hire a lawyer to protect their rights. You probably didn’t have this unexpected event figured into your budget. Now you may have high medical bills, probably lost wages, and many other financial worries caused by this situation. We believe it is unfair for these considerations to prevent you from obtaining the full amount you are due under the law in compensation for your losses.

Don’t just take the first offer of settlement from the insurance company if it doesn’t fully compensate you for your loss and protect you from future complications. Protecting your rights is important to me. We are so sure we can help you that if we are unable to recover compensation for you, you do not owe us a fee. This is called a “contingency fee” arrangement and is common among North Carolina personal injury lawyers.

Not only does Rowland & Yauger have the resources, we have the experience, skill and dedication to successfully resolve your case.

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Whether your legal concern is relatively simple or very complex, let one of Rowland & Yauger‘s dedicated and experienced North Carolina Personal Injury attorneys begin working on a favorable resolution. We invite you to Contact us or call our office at 336-691-2876 or toll free at 910-722-9717 for a free consultation about your legal rights.

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