Each dog bite case requires special attention because each one is unique; many include and involve minor children and household pets of a neighbor or playmate. There is a limited amount of pain and suffering damages, called “non-economic damages” Florida has several different legislative and constitutional amendments and changes. Please note that there are some important considerations in the dog bite law of Florida. Fla. Stat 767.05, requires an affirmative or aggressive act by the dog, also the most basic Florida Statute about dog bites is found at Florida Statute 767.04 entitled “Dog owner’s liability for damages to persons bitten.”
There is 4 year statute of limitations on dog bites, generally in state of Florida, of you want to determine if you are qualified in the 4 year statute of limitations or if your dog bite case or claim has a shorter statute of limitations, then please call any of our highly accredited professionals, filing a dog bite claim can result in a much needed financial assistant for your pain and suffering.