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Bitten by a Dog? Call (888) 315-0588
Dog bites are extremely common in the United States. According to the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 4.5 million people are
bitten by dogs each year, with about 885,000 people needing medical attention
for their injuries. Nearly half of these cases are children.
Dog owners have a certain amount of liability for their pets in the state
of California, especially if the owner didn’t take proper care to
restrain their dog. If you or a loved one has been attacked by a dog due
to its owner’s negligence, you may be able to file a claim for compensation
to help pay for you or your medical bills, pain and suffering, or lost wages.
What should I do after a bite?
After a dog attack, you should act fast to build your case. Dog bites can
lead to serious infections, and you should make sure that your wounds
are treated with the help of a doctor.
After you’ve been bitten, you should:
- Seek medical attention
- Preserve all evidence
- Take any witness statements
- Photograph your wounds
An experienced personal injury attorney from Lavorato & Scott can help
investigate your case and make sure that you are legally taken care of
while you focus on healing emotionally and physically after a dog attack.
A Knowledgeable Lawyer Can Help
Dog bite victims can experience lasting effects, including physical scars
and injuries as well as post-traumatic stress disorder and a lasting fear
of animals. These emotional and physical wounds can be debilitating and
can affect your performance at work, home, and in your personal relationships.
personal injury attorneys at Lavorato & Scott can evaluate your physical and emotional
trauma in order to help get you the compensation you deserve. Our lawyers
can help you settle your claim quickly in or out of court to get you back
on your feet and on the road to recovery.
Call our experienced personal injury lawyers at Lavorato & Scott for a
free consultation regarding your dog bite injury.
There is no cost to you unless we recover for you.