How Long Do I Have To Bring A Case For A Dog That Bit My Child?

Your son or daughter has until their twentieth (20th) birthday to bring a case for a dog bite. An adult has two (2) years to bring a case for injuries from a dog attack, but a minor has much longer. So long as your son or daughter has not turned twenty (20) years old, you can bring a dog bite case, even if the dog bite injury occurred many years ago.

We have been successful in making a monetary recovery for injuries which happened when the child was only a few years old, but contacted us about injuries before their twentieth (20th) birthday. We can complete a thorough investigation of your child’s case, even if it happened many years ago. In most cases, the dog owner’s homeowner’s insurance will cover your child’s injuries.