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Dog Bite Law Basics: Animal and dog bites are traumatic injuries. But, the resulting legal actions are complicated and liability is often difficult to prove. These cases are also wrought with emotion because the dog that attacked the victim is usually someone's pet. The Bakersfield lawyer(s) at The Law Offices of Young & Nichols answer your important questions, on video, about the process of animal and dog bite law cases in California. For answers to your legal questions about Dog Bite Law, click on a question below, or to contact The Law Offices of Young & Nichols about Dog Bite Law issues, use the form below or call (661) 263-4037.

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The Law Offices of Young & Nichols

1901 Truxton Avenue
Bakersfield, California 93301

(661) 263-4037

About Our Firm

Are you in need of an experienced attorney to handle your personal injury, wrongful death, auto accidents, slip and falls, wills and trust, or estate planning case? The Law Offices of Young & Nichols can help. Our lawyers have over 100 years of combined legal experience. We specialize in personal injury. If you've been injured, you are not alone. You deserve justice and fair compensation from the party that injured you.

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The California lawyer(s) at The Law Offices of Young & Nichols offer their Dog Bite Lawservices to residents of Bakersfield, Delano, California City, Ridgecrest, Wasco, Shafter, Arvin, Taft, Tehachapi, Lake Isabella, McFarland, Edwards and Frazier Park; and throughout Kern County and Inyo County.