What laws govern vicious dogs in West Virginia in the event of a dog bite attack?
According to West Virginia dog laws, people are generally not permitted to keep dogs that have been proven to be dangerous or vicious. When a dog bite victim or animal control makes a formal complaint and proves that the dog is dangerous, it's likely that the courts will order a euthanization authorization.
There are some extenuating cases where an owner may be allowed to keep a dangerous dog, but only when they've obtained proper licensing; and have kept the dog contained.
If people have been endangered or attacked by the dog, the state will likely order for the dog to be put down at the local humane society.
Some states aren't as strict with dog bite laws. Luckily for West Virginians, the state is on the side of the dog bite victims, and you have a form of legal recourse if you've been injured.
It's such a scary and traumatic experience to suffer a dog bite attack in West Virginia. A Clarksburg dog bite lawyer can help anyone in the state who's been bitten by a dangerous dog and help them file a claim for compensation.
Contact a Clarksburg Dog Bite Lawyer
Proof of injuries and evidence of owner negligence are just two of the factors you must contend with when filing a West Virginia dog bite claim. If you have been harmed because of somebody else's negligence, don't hesitate to seek justice. The Miley Legal Group will work with you to fight for the compensation you deserve and help you to move on with your life. Contact us today for a FREE consultation - 304-326-1800.