Dog Bite Case Settlement Timeline

Watch this video to learn about the dog bite case settlement timeline in Florida. Then call Norden Leacox for a legal consultation free case evaluation.


How long will my dog bite case take to resolve?


Dog Bite Case Settlement Timeline One of the first questions that I’m asked on almost every first phone call from a client is, “How long is my dog bite case going to take to resolve?” The answer, in Orlando, is that it depends. Every case has a unique, specific set of facts based upon the severity of the injuries and how long it will take to get a court date if we are forced to pursue the case into litigation. These are all factors that go into it. Typically, if we have to go to trial and go before a jury, the case is going to take 18 months to 24 months to resolve. If it’s a pre-suit case that we’re able to resolve without the need for litigation, however, those could resolve in six to ten months.

Again, a lot depends on the severity of the injuries and how long medical treatment is required. If someone needs medical treatment for just a few weeks, the case will resolve very, very quickly. If someone needs medical treatment for months, possibly years, those cases take much longer. That’s why it’s important to hire an experienced, knowledgeable trial attorney.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a dog bite case, please contact us. We’d be happy to discuss the case with you.

Were you or a loved one the victim of an animal attack in Orlando and have questions about a dog bite case settlement timeline? Contact our experienced Orlando Dog Bite Lawyers at Norden Leacox Accident & Injury Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Our law firm handles cases for victims wrongfully injured by the negligence of others. Let us fight for you and your family.

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