The injuries suffered in these Michigan dog bite attacks range across a broad spectrum. Some of these dog attacks result in minor injuries and scratches, while other result in significant scars and disfigurement. Some of our clients also have suffered nerve injuries and even fractured bones in these dog attacks.
Victims of Michigan dog bites and attacks do have legal rights against the owner, keeper, and harborer of a dog that bites or attacks. Under Michigan law, the owner is liable to the dog bite victim for injuries suffered in the attack, unless the victim was a trespasser on the owner's property or provoked the attack. The homeowner's insurance policy for the dog owner usually pays a settlement to the victim.
For more information, request our FREE BOOK "The Ultimate Michigan Dog Bite & Animal Attack Handbook" and call our Michigan dog bite lawyers to discuss your rights.