There are believed to be approximately 8 million dogs in the UK. The vast majority of dogs are well-trained and pose no threat. Sadly, there are an increasing number of people suffering injury through no fault of their own as a result of an unprovoked dog attack.
It costs nothing to speak with our solicitors about your accident. To arrange a free consultation, call our office in Manchester on 0161 820 9613 or send us an email. We represent clients throughout Greater Manchester and the North West.
Assisting You With All Types of Dog Attack Injuries
Dog bites injuries can include:
- Facial lacerations, cuts and bruises
- Bone fractures and sprains
- Puncture to the skin leading to bleeding
- Nerve damage
- Infections — such as rabies
- Permanent scarring
- Psychological damage — shock and trauma leading to phobias
These are just some of the injuries suffered by individuals throughout England. If you have been hurt, you can rely on our solicitors at Graham Coffey & Co to obtain the compensation you need after a serious attack.
Dangerous Activities by Dog Owners
Whilst the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 restricts the ownership of various breeds of dog such as the Pit Bull Terrier, any dog can cause personal injury if it is poorly trained or not properly controlled in public. Negligent acts on the part of dog owners include:
- Leaving dogs unsupervised in public areas, recreation areas, playgrounds and outside shops
- Failing to warn visitors to the property of the presence of a dog
- Failing to restrain the dog whilst out walking
These are the main reasons why Graham Coffey & Co specialist dog bite solicitors have successfully recovered personal injury compensation for clients.
Dog Bite Case Studies
Mr. I was walking down a Manchester street when a police dog attacked him, knocking him to the floor. Mr. I suffered facial lacerations and shock from the ferocity of the unprovoked attack. Graham Coffey & Co specialist dog bite solicitors successfully recovered over £15,000 for him in compensation.
Contact Our Dog Bite Specialists
If you have been injured within the last three years as a result of a dog attack, our solicitors will pursue compensation for you so you can recover. All claims will be considered on a no win/no fee basis. Remember, you only have three years from the date of the attack to issue proceedings against the dog owner. Contact us online to learn more.