We often represent clients injured by dog bite and attacks. These often result in serious injuries and require medical treatment. We have obtained significant settlements for clients injured in these dog bite attacks.
Dog Bite Laws
Many cities and counties have ordinances regarding dogs and the responsibilities of dog owners. An owner or keeper of a dog who violates of these ordinances can be held liable for damages in a civil lawsuit to a dog bite victim. The ordinances can be used to prove a case in addition to other Michigan dog bite laws.
Wyoming Dog Bite Laws
In Wyoming, there are laws that apply to dog owners. These can be found in the Wyoming City Ordinances. Specifically, they are as follows:
Sec. 6-53. Mean dogs.
No person owning, possessing or having charge of any dog known to be of a disposition as to be ugly or dangerous to persons or property shall permit or allow the dog to be at large in the city. Such dog shall be housed in an enclosure not accessible to the public.
(Code 1983, § 10.429)
Sec. 6-54. Restraint.
No person owning, possessing or having charge of any dog shall allow such dog to be at large or stray beyond the premises of such person unless such dog is held properly in leash, meaning a physical restraint not more than eight feet in length, or unless such dog is engaged in lawful hunting or hunting practice and accompanied by a person or except any dog under the direct control of a city employee while acting in the course of his employment.
(Code 1983, § 10.430; Ord. No. 18-04, § 1, 9-20-04)
Wyoming Dog Bite Reports
Quite often, the victim of the attack files a report with either the local police or local Animal Control agency. When a report is filed, it is necessary to obtain report. Our firm routinely obtains these for our clients.
For a report filed with the Police Department in Wyoming, you should request the Animal Control report at the following location:
Wyoming Police Department
2300 Dehoop Ave, Sw
Wyoming, MI 49509
Free Dog Bite Book
If you would like more information about your rights after a Dog Bite attack, you can order our FREE book, "The Ultimate Michigan Dog Bite and Animal Attack Handbook" by clicking on the book link. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.
Our No Fee Promise for Dog Bite Cases
We will represent you in your Michigan dog bite case under our NO FEE PROMISE. This means that you will not be charged any legal fees whatsoever unless we obtain a settlement or recovery for you. You have absolutely no obligation for legal fees unless we win your case. If we do not obtain a settlement for you, you owe us nothing!
Contact Your Michigan Dog Bite Lawyer
It is important that you contact a Michigan dog bite lawyer as soon as possible after the attack to give you the best chance of winning your case. There are also strict time limits for filing dog bite cases in Michigan. For the best chance to win your case, call our Michigan dog bite attorneys now at (800) 606-1717 or simply submit this contact form and we will get back to you quickly.