Been bitten by a dog? If you are unaware of the legal implications this accident may have, Kenneth Phillips, the author of this non-commercial website, can give you a hand. This attorney represents only people in this position, being widely recognized.
The so called “dog bite king” (Today Show) and “the nation’s best known practitioner of terrier torts” (Los Angeles Times) a frequent guest on CNN, NBC, MS-NBC, Fox News Channel, and Court TV assists legislators in drafting dog bite laws, teaches seminars and writes books and articles about dog bite law. DogBiteLaw.com has been cited as an authority by legal publications and more than and more than 2,500 websites throughout the world link to it or cite it, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture and other governmental websites. Apart from this background of the site, within it you will find loads of documents that provide help and useful steps to follow for different situations. For instance, you have two main categories; if you were bitten by a dog or if your dog was killed unfairly. Underneath each category there are loads of articles for specific circumstances. In addition to this, you can learn about the different scales of dog attack danger. Moreover, if you are in search of legal documents you will find a section targeted to lawyers where you can download legal forms, learn about legal definitions of concepts (such as what classifies as a bite) and many other things. As if this was not enough, you will also find a dog bite law bookstore and an overview of the dog bite law. Thereby, if you are in a situation where a dog bite is involved, you will definitely find this site of great assistance. Check it out at DogBiteLaw.com.