Yes, under California law, you would have a potential claim for both.

If the dog bite injury occurred during the course of your normal work duties, you will most likely be able to file a claim for California workers' compensation with your employer. In addition to your workers' compensation claim, if the owner of the dog is not your employer, you may be able to bring a legal claim against that person as well; thus, you would have two claims. You would definitely need legal counsel to explain more details as to having these two claims. That's where our California dog bite lawyer comes in.

Have You Been Injured From a Dog Bite at Work?

If you've suffered a dog bite injury, you should speak to an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. You can contact us online or call our office directly at 619-813-7955 to schedule your free consultation with one of our California dog bite lawyers. Our award winning team has been servicing clients since 1999 throughout San Diego, California.

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