Dog Bites and Animal Attacks
- August 9, 2014
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As members of our communities, pet-owners have responsibilities and duties to ensure their dogs and animals are contained or leashed. These responsibilities only enhance when the pet owner owns a dog or animal that is known to be dangerous or is a notoriously dangerous breed. When these responsibilities are not adhered to, even by pet-owners with good intentions, serious personal injuries and emotional scarring result.
If you or someone you know has been attached by a dog or animal, the Texas Dog Bite and Animal Attack attorney at The Hagood Law Firm, PLLC are here for you. Our lawyer helps the victims of dog bites and other animal attacks prove viable personal injury claims. Whether the victim is a small child attacked in a public park or neighborhood, whether you were attacked while servicing or delivering a product to a home, our Texas Dog Bite and Animal Attack Attorney are here for you.
What to do if you have suffered a dog bite or animal attack
First and foremost, it is critical that you seek medical attention as soon as possible. Dog bites can be serious personal injuries; even the smallest of dog bites carry the risk of infection. Next, identify the dog and the pet owner. Most dog bites are covered under a homeowners’ insurance policy. Next, keep detailed records of all doctors visits, bills, medical records, police reports, and photographs of the injury. Last, is call a Texas Dog Bite and Animal Attack Attorney.
For more information about your legal rights in the aftermath of a dog bite or other animal attack in North Texas, please contact the experienced Texas Dog Bite and Animal Attack Attorney at The Hagood Law Firm, PLLC at 214-706-0835 or e-mail us for a free consultation at email@example.com.