Skiing is an exhilarating sport, and the Colorado slopes are known across the globe for having some of the best resorts for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. As the ski industry brings millions of visitors to the state each year, Colorado lawmakers have enacted a piece of legislation, the Colorado Ski Safety Act. This act limits the liability of ski resorts when a skier is injured.
Being attacked and bitten by a dog is a traumatic experience, both physically and emotionally. Certain breeds of dogs can cause extensive physical damage, particularly when they attack children. Unfortunately, dog bites are a frequent occurrence in Mesa County. It is best to be prepared and know what steps to take in case you are bitten.
“I was just bringing in the groceries when all of a sudden, bam! I was on my back, howling in pain.”
“I was standing on the porch, waving goodbye to the kids, then all of a sudden, bam! I was on my back and howling in pain.”
“I have no idea what happened. I just opened the door, got out of the car like I normally do, then bam! I was on my back, howling in pain.”
Who or what is this mysterious force leaving Coloradans on their posteriors, shouting out with discomfort?
They aren’t always man’s best friend. Being attacked by a dog can be a traumatic and possibly even life-altering event. Colorado law protects victims who have been seriously injured by a dog bite, but sometimes it can be difficult to know when a bite is worthy of reporting.
If you have been attacked by a dog, your best bet is to consult with a knowledgeable Grand Junction personal injury attorney to learn more about your rights regarding compensation.
Peters & Nolan, LLC is your ideal source for high quality legal representation throughout the state of Colorado. Known for being personable and responsive, attorneys Andrew J. Peters and Andrew Nolan are aggressive trial lawyers with an excellent record of trying and settling cases in criminal defense, DUI/DWAI and personal injury.
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