The time it takes for a dog bite case to be resolved depends on how quickly you contact your Denver dog bite attorney. A dog bites case if not resolve quickly will delay compensation. You are sure of being compensated only after the case has been resolved. Some cases take months, weeks, and a few years to resolve but after a dog bite accident, there is a statute of limitation that tells how long you have to file your case. Hence, you must begin the legal processes needed to win your case. Expiration of the statutes of limitation renders your case null and void.
To prevent a delay in your case you must begin to work on your case immediately. Some of the reasons why your dog bite case can be delayed in being resolved are the fact that your Denver dog bite attorney has to carry out necessary investigations to find out the dog owner information, where you were bitten if the accident happened due to the Owner’s negligence and carelessness to use the leash. Pictures of the injuries will prove that you were truly beaten, a doctor’s report to confirm your claim. Talking to witnesses who can confirm how and where the accident took place. It is with this information, that your Denver dog bite attorney will file a case.
50% of the case going smoothly depends on how you as the victim, are willing to help out in the case. You can hasten up the process by going for treatment at the hospital on time, keeping relevant records that can help your attorney win your case. You can also talk to witnesses at the scene of the incident and collect their contact address which will be used to reach them to acquire or verify the information gathered when asked by your attorney. Disposing clothes worn during the accident should be avoided until the case is resolved. Getting the owner’s contact details could go a long way in hastening the process.
Your attorney can handle the case from there. If you provide the necessary information and documents to back up your claim, you have succeeded in fast-tracking the legal process. All that is left is for your attorney to negotiate with the dog’s owner or the insurance company. All the necessary documents and pictures will assist with injuries and damages which will determine how much compensation will be paid.