What To Do If You Or Your Child Has Been
Bitten By A Dog:



  • The first thing you must do is immediately seek medical assistance. If the injury was not severe enough to require a visit to the hospital, schedule an appointment with your primary caregiver.

  • Get the name and contact information of the dog owner as well as the breed of the dog. If there were any people who saw the dog bite incident, be sure to get their names and contact information. If anyone claims they have seen the dog bite someone else, get their contact information as well. This information is very important as liability is very frequently an issue in dog bite cases.

  • Report the incident. If human skin has been broken by the dog bite, you should contact the Animal Control Facility in your area. It is important to report any injury caused by the dog bite for insurance purposes. The report may also be used as valuable evidence should your case proceed to trial.

  • Be sure to photograph your injuries. Take photos of your injuries immediately following the incident, during the healing process, and after the injury has healed if there is any scarring. If you are unable to photograph the injuries yourself, an attorney will be able to assist you.

    In Order To Ensure You Get All The Money You Deserve For A Dog Attack Claim, Please Contact The Injury Law Group Now To Review Your Case For Free.


Time Is Of The Essence! Because There Are Limits On The Amount Of Time That May Lapse Between The Incident And Filing Of The Lawsuit, It Is Imperative That You Contact The Injury Law Group As Soon As Possible To Review Your Claim For Free.

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