Talking to Insurance Companies After a Dog Bite

Talking to Insurance Companies After a Dog Bite

Watch this video to learn why talking to insurance companies after a dog bite injury will hurt your personal injury claim. Call our office for legal advice.

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Question:

Should I speak to insurance companies after a dog bite injury?

Answer:

We are often asked whether a person who has been injured by a dog bite should give a recorded statement to the insurance company of the person who owned the dog. We strongly recommend that you do not do this. The insurance company will use a trained claims examiner who will ask you questions in a way that leads to vague answers and misleading statements, which will later be used against you. Don’t give them the opportunity to do this. You don’t have any obligation to give a recorded statement, and there’s nothing to be gained from doing so.


Were you or a loved one attacked by a dog in Georgia and have questions about speaking to insurance companies after a dog bite?
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Out of Town Legal Resources

We had a call the other day from a young mother who had questions about filing a dog bite injury claim in Virginia. We practice in Atlanta, but we found this personal injury attorney in Vienna, VA that did a nice job with their online educational guides and videos. If you or someone you know is ever injured by someones dog in Virginia, take a look at their online dog bite injury resources.