Injuries caused by Animals
Injuries caused by animals, which might give rise to a claim under the Animals Act 1971 or under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 are surprisingly common.
Ranging from dog bites to attacks by zoo animals, it is not always necessary to prove that the owner was negligent or that the animal was acting out of character in order to claim compensation for your injury.
Situations that often give rise to animal injury claims are:
- Claims for dog bites, or bites from other pets.
- Claims for kicks from horses and bites or stings from zoo animals.
- Claims for horses or deer running in front of cars.
If you need any further advice, contact us today on our free phone number
0800 0 328 328, complete an ‘Online Claim Form’, text HERO to 81400 or speak to a member of our team now on the ‘Instant Chat (Live Support)’ facility.