If I am able to claim compensation, what are the next steps in the process?
A: If the owner of the dog has either pet or household insurance, you’ll be looking to claim compensation from these companies.
If they aren’t insured, we must then carefully consider their assets and decide whether they are able to pay for the compensation themselves.
It’s crucial to gather as much evidence as possible. Following medical attention, you should:
If it’s discovered that the dog’s breed is banned or known to be dangerous, your chances of securing compensation are much higher.
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