Dog attack injury lawyer, James McNally, has appeared as a guest on the Storm Huntley television show.
James was interviewed about his work as a solicitor specialising in dog attack and dog bite claims. When asked for his views on the Prime Minister’s pledge to outlaw the XL Bully, James described the initiative as a ‘cheap fix which isn’t going to work’. He was also critical of the UK’s Dangerous Dogs Act. He believes it was brought in too quickly and as a knee-jerk reaction. By focusing on particular breeds, he explained, the legislation fails to address the bigger picture. It creates grey areas and loopholes that breeders and owners can easily take advantage of.
James was asked about his own practice and the breeds involved in the cases James and his team deal with on a day-to-day basis. He told presenter Storm Huntley that out of many hundreds of cases he did not have one that involved an XL Bully. Instead, he said the breeds he most commonly encountered were sight dogs such as Greyhounds, Japanese Akitas and Malamute Huskies.
If you would like to read about some of the cases that our dog bite lawyers have been involved in then you can follow the following links to a small selection of claims:
- Woman wins £135,000 after suffering injury while protecting her dog
- £260,000 compensation paid to dog attack victim
- Postal worker receives £250,000 for psychological effects of a dog attack
- Man who was attacked by two dogs wins £70,000
If you have been injured by a dog and would like dog attack injury lawyer James McNally to assess your potential compensation claim then you can contact our free legal helpline. James and his team will be happy to provide you with a free case review and supply details of our No Win, No Fee funding scheme.
Call our helpline on freephone 0333 888 0404 or send an email with details of your case to us at [email protected].