Did you know?
** About 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year
** Nearly 30,000 of those need reconstructive surgery
** The average hospital stay related to dog bites costs about $18,200?
What to do if you suffer from a dog bite.
1. First, it’s important to look for an attorney who specializes in dog bites.There are over 135,221 personal injury lawyers in the US. Personal injury lawyers cover many cases, including car crashes, product liability cases, defamation, and medical malpractice cases. They also handle dog bite cases. Many lawyers, like Accident Attorney John Fagan, provide free initial consultations and can give you references and reviews to refer to.
Learning about another dog bite victim’s experience will help you determine if the lawyer is the right choice for your case. Our experts have the know-how to strengthen your lawsuit.
2. What Evidence Do You Need? With dog bite cases, it’s not enough to say you were bitten by someone’s dog. You’ll need evidence to support your case, such as:
**Proof of who owns the dog that bit you
** Evidence you suffered emotional distress and sustained injuries
** Documents that mention the day and time of the dog bite attack (police reports, an insurance claim, etc.)
** Proof of your economic losses (including medical bills, treatments, and medication)
During your case consultation, we will review the specifics of your case and help you gather the evidence needed to make your case.
3. What’s the Likely Outcome? During your consultation, we will talk about the likely outcome of your claim. We promise honesty and integrity in trying to get the settlement you deserve.
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