Dog Bite Injuries
In this increasingly dog-friendly world, a well-behaved and properly trained dog can be a wonderful companion. However, not all dog owners are responsible enough to train their pets properly, and sometimes dogs can get aggressive and even attack. Over 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year, and about 20% of those victims require medical attention for wounds like:
It is the owner’s responsibility to keep their dog under control.
The attorneys at Mountain State Law have worked through many dog bite cases, and will work hard to get you compensation to cover your medical bills and the injuries you’ve sustained. In most cases, this compensation is covered by the dog owner’s homeowners insurance, so even if it’s a friend or relative, you can rest easy knowing that you’re not suing someone who can’t afford to pay.
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Tips to Avoid Dog Attacks:
Avoid lingering eye contact with dog
Don’t approach a confined, restrained, or cornered dog
Let dog sniff your hand before petting it
Don’t scream if a dog threatens you
Place a barrier between you and a fast-approaching dog