Dog Bite Statute of LimitationsThere is a strict timeline to file a dog bite claim if you were attacked. Watch this video to learn about the dog bite statute of limitations in Oklahoma.
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Question:How long do I have to file a claim for a dog bite in Oklahoma?
In Oklahoma, you have two years to make a claim in regards to a dog bite. That means you have a two-year statute of limitations. That doesn’t mean you wait for two years and make a decision; that means you need to make it well before two years. I would suggest you make it immediately.If you’re bitten by a dog, seek legal counsel, someone who’s trained to deal with these types of injuries and understands it. Let them do the investigation. Let them preserve the evidence. Let them make all the inquiries into the city about how many times they’ve been called out on this particular dog owner, and how many times they’ve dealt with this dog.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured after being attacked by a dog and have questions about the dog bite statute of limitations in Oklahoma? Contact a Stillwater dog bite attorney at Murray Law Firm today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you. Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel