Dog Bite Injury Attorney Representation
Victims of dog bites who suffer injuries, financial losses and emotional distress may be entitled to compensation from the dog’s owner and the owner’s insurance company.
However, such cases can present complex factual and legal issues. You need a law firm that can conduct a thorough investigation, carefully analyze the results of that investigation, and skillfully advocate for you before a jury or in settlement negotiations.
Jetton & Meredith is a team of experienced personal injury lawyers that seeks full compensation for victims of negligence. In your case, we will investigate the dog attack, identify the medical care and rehabilitation services you need to recover, and place a value on financial losses and suffering.
Jetton & Meredith will provide aggressive representation, seeking the best possible result for you.
What to Do After a Dog Bite Injury
If you or a family member has suffered a dog bite injury, there are some important steps you need to take:
Get medical care — Even if the injuries do not appear serious, obtain medical care as soon as possible.
Try to identify the dog or its owner — Medical personnel will need to know if the dog has been vaccinated for rabies. If it hasn’t or the dog cannot be found, the dog bite victim may have to undergo a series of painful shots.
Write down your recollection of the attack — Dog attacks can happen suddenly, but do your best to remember the sequence of events leading to the attack and what happened afterward. If the dog has bit other people or exhibited threatening behavior in the past, note that and make sure you tell us.
Contact Jetton & Meredith — In a free consultation, an attorney at our firm can explain your rights and how we can help you. If you retain us to represent you, we will take immediate action to begin building your case.
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