If a dog bites me, but the owner had no way of anticipating it, can I make a claim against them?

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Benjamin Drake: There is no such a thing as “first bite rule” in California. What that means is that if you or a loved one were bitten by a dog, regardless of the fact that the owner of the dog may or may not have known about the dog’s biting habits, you are still entitled to compensation.

It is extremely important for you to contact us at Drake Law Firm, so we can examine your case and we can get you compensation for your case. These cases are called “strict liability.” What that means is that we do not have to prove liability in those cases.

Call us. We can examine your case, and we can apply the applicable laws to your case and get you full compensation for your case.