Holding The Owners Of Dangerous Dogs Responsible
A dangerous dog improperly trained, handled or controlled by its owner can cause catastrophic injury and damage. When a pet owner’s negligence results in a serious injury or the tragic death of a family member in a violent and vicious attack, you have a legal right to recover compensation and, just as important, to hold people accountable for the damage they cause.
At the law office of Bredell & Bredell, our lawyers have been representing the seriously injured and their families since 1984. Members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and recipients of an AV rating through Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review system,* our firm has the knowledge, resources, experience and proven record to be your advocate.
When we take your case, recovering compensation for you is our priority.
Michigan Dangerous Dogs Attorneys
Large breed dogs always have some degree of danger associated with them, because they have the potential to cause severe and permanent injury. A pet owner who fails to live up to the responsibility of owning a large dog is the real danger. Michigan law clearly recognizes that liability falls on a dog’s owner when someone is injured.
Our attorneys have extensive experience dealing with cases involving breeds many consider to be dangerous dogs, including:
- Pit bulls
- German shepherds
- Great Danes
Dog bite cases are rarely about dangerous dogs. They are about people who fail to take the right steps to keep others safe from harm. Pet owners have a responsibility to ensure the safety of those who come in contact with their dog, particularly in a situation where their dog has a history of any aggression.
Put Experience Behind Your Dog Bite Case
At Bredell & Bredell, we are fierce advocates for injured clients, and have built a proven record of success handling complex and high-value litigation for our clients. We work to aggressively protect your rights and make sure your family has the financial resources it needs to pay for medical expenses, lost wages and other financial damages.
To schedule a consultation at one of our three convenient locations in Jackson and Ypsilanti, call 734-482-5000 or contact us online.