Animal Attack Victims Deserve Compensation
When an animal attacks, the injuries can be very serious. Animal bite injuries typically involve deep bite wounds caused by powerful jaws and teeth. Injury victims may require several surgeries, including reconstructive surgery, to repair the damage. Infection is often a problem. In many bite cases, the victim is at risk for rabies and has to undergo extensive preventative treatment and numerous painful injections.
Dog bites are by far the most common type of animal attack. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, about 4.7 million people are the victims of dog bites each year, and most of them are children.
Contact us to discuss how we can help with your dog bite accident.
Legal Help For Bite Victims
Regardless of the type or breed of animal involved, if you have been attacked by an animal or bitten by a dog, you may be able to recover compensation for your personal injuries.
A dog bite lawyer will conduct a thorough investigation into the dog's background to determine whether this dog has a history of aggressive behavior. If a dog bites, it is likely that the dog has bitten before. Also, a dog bite attorney will research local city and county leash laws, fencing laws, and other codes that may have been violated by a careless dog owner.
Typically the homeowner's insurance policy provides coverage for injuries from a dog bite. However, insurance companies will often deny a claim when they should be paying it. A skilled dog bite lawyer will know how to get you the compensation you are entitled to for your dog attack injuries.
Dog bite and animal attack victims in Bibb County, Houston County, Lowndes County, Cook County and the surrounding areas of Georgia turn to the Studstill Firm, LLP because we have more than 30 years of combined experience to draw from when helping dog bite victims.
Free Consultation and Contingent Fees
At the Studstill Firm, LLP, consultations are free and all of our dog bite and animal attack cases are handled on a contingent fee – this means there are no attorneys' fees or expenses until there is a recovery.
Contact us and our Georgia dog bite lawyers will respond to your request for a free case evaluation immediately. Our firm has offices in Macon and Nashville, Georgia.