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If you’ve been attacked and injured by a canine, we’re here to make things right. Our specialist team of public liability specialists can help you make a successful no win no risk dog bite compensation claim today.

The law surrounding dog bites changes from state to state. If you’ve been bitten by a dog in any of the states below please follow the relevant to view the most accurate content.






Or if you would prefer to talk to someone right away, call our national toll free phone number on 1800 106 107.

Dog bite compensation

According to the Royal Melbourne Children’s Hospital, over 13,000 people all over Australia enter Emergency Departments with dog bite injuries. Depending on the size and breed of the animal, bites can range from small punctures to extensive wounding and incisions. Injuries resulting from animals can be superficial, while other injuries require extensive rehabilitation and leave permanent scars. The compensation we may recoup costs incurred by taking time off work, hiring carers, hospital bills, and/or emergency surgery.

If you’ve been bitten by a dog in an accident due to negligence, you may have grounds to make a claim for compensation. Call our personal injury team today on 1800 106 107 for free impartial advice, and whether you are eligible to make a dog bite compensation claim. Either way, there is no obligation to proceed.

Common injuries resulting from dog bites

Some of the most common injuries we help people claim for include:

In some cases, attacks by savage animals can result in serious and life-threatening injuries.

Please don’t worry if we haven’t mentioned your injuries in the list above as we might still be able to help.

Claiming dog bite compensation

Businesses and private residences have a duty of care to protect your safety at all times. When you were bitten, and the animal was unleashed, not cordoned off or not wearing muzzling equipment you could have grounds for making a compensation claim. If you are unsure whether you are eligible, call our specialist team who can help make this determination for you. We have handled many animal attack cases in the past where people have been bitten by dogs and can make a quick determination to your eligibility. Our specialists have the requisite knowledge to determine if you have enough of a case to proceed.

During our call, we will need to ask you a few questions about your accident and injury. If you feel uncomfortable or nervous speaking about your experience at any time let us know. Our goal is to help you and provide you with free advice about making a claim. We don’t ask frivolous or leading questions and make your claims process as easy and stress-free as possible. If we believe you have a claim and you grant us your permission to continue, then we’ll select the right person from our legal team and put you in contact with them directly.

No Win, No risk dog attack compensation

Our national panel of personal injury lawyers can help you make your compensation claim via a CCA. This reduces any financial risk to you in the event your claim is unsuccessful. All fees and charges are laid out in advance in a written agreement and nothing will take place without your consent or knowledge.

Note: in rare cases, we cannot offer conditional costs agreements. But if this applies to you, we will let you know before legal proceedings commence.

How much compensation can I get?

There is no one size fits all solution we can use when it comes to calculating your compensation. The amount of compensation owed to plaintiffs depends on the severity of their injuries and the state in which they suffered them.

Some of the main things we will consider when negotiating your compensation will include.

  • Any time off work and lost earnings
  • Any future lost earnings
  • Any changes in your ability to work
  • Care or support, even if given to you for free by family or friends
  • Any adaptations you might need to your home or motor vehicle
  • Travel and accommodation expenses

At this stage, it is impossible to give you an accurate estimation of what you could receive.

What to do next

If convenient and it’s safe to do so, try and get the names and contact numbers of any witnesses. We also recommend reporting the incident to the police because it might be the case that the animal has attacked someone else in the past. Don’t worry if you don’t have all this information to hand when you call us because we can help you organise it at a later date.

Get in touch with our legal advisors free to find out if you have a claim, or request a call at a time convenient to you.