Milwaukee Dog Bite Attorney
Seek Compensation with Mingo & Yankala, S.C.
Because dog bite injuries can cause serious scarring and disfigurement, Wisconsin law imposes what is referred to as “strict liability” upon owners for injuries caused by their dogs. Liability can also be extended to “keepers” or “harborers” of a dog.
If you or a loved one have been hurt by someone else's dog, it is likely that you have a legitimate claim for compensation. At Mingo & Yankala, S.C., our experienced Milwaukee dog bite lawyer knows how to approach these cases and what can be done to ensure that a compelling claim for compensation is put forth on your behalf.
Get more than 35 years of legal experience in your corner. Contact our offices at (414) 973-2550 today.
Wisconsin Dog Bite Laws
Since Wisconsin recognizes the dangers associated with certain dogs and the responsibility which all dog owners have to control their pets, there is a unique statute in this State which may allow the victim of a dog bite injury to recover DOUBLE the amount of their damages. We will investigate your dog bite case to determine if you qualify for a settlement or award of DOUBLE the amount of your damages.
If you or a loved one have been injured by a dog, we invite you to contact us today. Our award-winning firm has recovered millions in relief for clients who have been hurt due to the actions and negligence than others. We're ready to assess your options and, if necessary, take proactive steps toward recovering the relief you deserve.
Start exploring your dog bite claim options today. Contact us to request a free consultation with our Milwaukee dog bite lawyer now.
“Mark Mingo was able to procure a settlement over 18 times what the insurance company offered to settle our injury claim, and we were able to resolve our claim through mediation rather than having to endure a trial. After my experience with dealing with the insurance company for almost three years, my advice is to at least consult with Mark about your case and as soon as possible after the incident occurs.”
Stephen and JoAnn – Muskego, WI