The city of Keizer is located in the Willamette Valley and forms part of Marion County in Oregon. The city was named after the Keizur brothers, one of the region’s first settlers who were pioneers of the Wagon Train of 1843.

Keizer offers quality options for shopping, dining, accommodations, outdoor recreation and sightseeing. Among its many attractions include the Keizer Rapids Park, Carlson Skate Park along Chemawa Road, Keizer Heritage Museum and Keizer Art Association.

Keizer has a total land area of 7.09 square miles and an estimated population of 37,064 residents. Industries that generate work opportunities in the city engage in retail trade, manufacturing, construction and educational services.

These establishments offer jobs as sales and sales-related workers, production workers, managers, drivers, sales workers and sales representatives, electrical equipment mechanics, school teachers, office workers and administrative support staff, and bookkeepers.

Dogs and Dog Bite Injuries in Keizer

Keizer has a pet friendly zone in Keizer Rapids Park, which has a wide area spanning almost 4 acres, devoted to off-leash dogs. The dog park is fenced and has defined areas for small dogs and all other dogs.

Existing state laws require all dogs in Keizer to be licensed. Licensing can prevent the immediate impounding of a dog that has attacked a person. But the injured party may still be able to obtain compensation for dog bite or attack injuries.

Oregon Revised Statute 609.115 allows an injured party to recover economic damages resulting from dog attack injury by filing suit against the keeper or owner of the dog. The same statute under 31.360 further allows the recovery of economic damages without having to prove that the owner could have foreseen that the dog would attack or cause injury to the plaintiff.

Depending on the circumstances of the incident, the injured party may also be entitled to punitive damages if it can be shown that the owner of the dog acted with malice or displayed a reckless and extreme indifferent attitude to a highly unreasonable risk of injury or harm or indifference to the safety of others.

Your dog attack injury attorney can help you sort your legal claims and present them in the appropriate form.

In Keizer, Oregon, the law firm of Dwyer Williams Cherkoss Attorneys, PC has years of experience and handled more than 700 personal injury cases in the past three years, including lawsuits for dog bite injuries. Call us today at 541-617-0555 and avail of our free consultation.

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Keizer, OR 97303

Total Est. Time: 2h 36 mins

Total Est. Distance: 137 mi

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