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Fighting For Victims Of Dog Bite Injuries

Dogs and other animals can attack when you least expect it. Reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show the extent of the problem — approximately 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year. If you or a loved one suffers a serious dog bite injury in Texas, you need to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney to learn of available legal remedies.

At [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-1″], with offices in Houston, we have helped clients across Harris County who have suffered serious injuries after being bitten by dogs. In addition to dog bite cases, our attorneys handle all types of personal injury cases. Our experienced trial lawyers are dedicated advocates who will fight the legal battles while you focus on recovery.

Infection To Nerve Damage

One of the most serious risks is infection. Left untreated or undiagnosed, infections can amplify the severity of an initial injury. In addition, dog bites can also cause:

  • Deep puncture wounds and nerve damage
  • Crush injuries and broken bones (common when children are bitten)
  • Amputation (fingers or toes, depending on where the bite occurred)

Extensive scarring may even require cosmetic or revision surgery especially when bitten on the face, head, neck or hands.

Getting the right medical care from the beginning is crucial. Our attorneys have handled these types of cases and know how to obtain compensation that pays for your medical bills, lost wages along with your pain and suffering.

Learn How We Can Assist After A Serious Injury

With a combined legal experience of more than 60 years, our attorneys bring a depth of knowledge and insight that comes from decades of trial work. Our slogan, “when we represent you, you become part of our family,” is not an empty promise. We will provide you this level of care.

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