ClaimsSolicitors Comment On Government Proposal For Free Dog Insurance For All
03/13/2010

A solicitor at personal injury firm ClaimsSolicitors believes that the Government's new proposal announced yesterday to legislate for compulsory insurance for all dogs would help victims of dog attacks to get accident compensation.

Online PR News – 13-March-2010 – – Stockport, United Kingdom (March 10th 2010) - A solicitor at personal injury firm ClaimsSolicitors believes that the Government's new proposal announced yesterday to legislate for compulsory insurance for all dogs would help victims of dog attacks to get accident compensation.

"We have seen a big increase in claims from people injured by dog bites. Some of the injuries have been horrific and have resulted in hospital stays, lost wages through time off work, and permanent scarring," says a spokesperson from claimssolicitors.co.uk. "We have seen many cases of adults as well as children who, although having suffered badly, are unable to claim any accident compensation because of dog owners who are unable to pay compensation for the injuries caused by their animals. Part of the proposed scheme to force dog owners to carry third party insurance against their dog attacking anyone would not only help victims but encourage responsible dog ownership. The reports of large insurance premiums are probably exaggerated."

http://www.claimssolicitors.co.uk/ is the online presence of Davies and Company Solicitors of Stockport a specialist personal injury firm which has a track record of expertise in animal related accident claims.