Dog bite and dog attack claims

With approximately one in four households in the UK owning a dog, it’s clear there are a lot of dogs in the UK.

​Dog owners are responsible for ensuring that they control their dog, and prevent it causing harm or injury to other people. There are, however, occasions when unfortunately this does not happen, and injury results.


Four Legs Law specialise in recovering damages for injuries caused due to the negligence of a dog owner or person in charge of a dog.


If you have suffered as a result of being been bitten or attacked by a dog, our experts may be able to help you recover compensation. Your claim can be made on a no win no fee basis so that if your claim is not successful then, as long as you have complied with our terms and conditions, you won’t have to pay for the work we done on your behalf.

Get the expert advice you need

Bringing claims for injuries caused by dogs is a complex area of law and rarely straightforward, which is why it is important to seek specialist legal advice from the outset.

We have a proven track record in successfully pursuing these types of claims and we will look to claim compensation for your injuries and losses arising from the incident.

To see how we can help get in touch with us today:

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We can act for you on a no win no fee basis so you do not have to worry about paying our costs (subject to our terms and conditions).

For your initial consultation get in touch with us today:

  • Call: Elizabeth West on

       0113 224 7840

  • Email:

  • Request a call back with the form on this page

We will look to claim:

  • Compensation for your injuries, both mental and physical. This includes any scarring that may result from the attack

  • Treatment costs in relation physical and/or mental injury

  • Lost earnings due to time of work due to the incident

  • Care/assistance provided by professionals and/or family and friends due to your injuries

  • Clothing and/or other property damaged in the incident

  • Any other losses resulting from the incident