Have you already had the dental work done? If you end up settling with the insurance company, make sure it takes into account ALL the expenses you have had or may have if you haven't had all the dental work done at this point. Once you settle the case, you won't be able to re-open it. You are likely entitled to several types of damages including past medical expenses, future medical expenses (the crown may not last forever), past pain suffering and disfigurement, future pain suffering and...
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In Wisconsin the dog can be put down especially after multiple bites. The best thing to do is maintain communication with the local law enforcement office to be clear on the rules in your area.
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The statute of limitations for negligence in Wisconsin is three years. The time limit can be extended if the plaintiff was a minor at the time of the accident.
You should try to negotiate with the insurance company one more time. Make sure they know about your hospital visit, and know how much your bills were.
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You should have a local personal injury attorney take a look at the accident report. Remember that the police are not generally concerned about a potential civil case - they are looking at whether there were any criminal actions or moving violations. Just because the police report describes the events a certain way, does not mean that is how it happened. Find out if there were any witnesses to the accident, and what they have to say. You may also be able to bring a small claims action in a...