Types of Dog Bites: When Do You Need Counsel from Phoenix Dog Bite Injury Lawyers?
Dog Bite Injuries
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 4.7 million dog bites occur annually. About 800,000 of these bites are bad enough that the bitten person must seek medical attention. Half of these are children.
There are different types of dog bites including fatal, nonfatal, adult and children bites. The highest rate of bites occur among children between five and 9 years old, and two-thirds of injuries among children who are younger than four years old are to the neck and head region. Boys are much more likely to experience bites than girls are, and among adults, men are more likely than women are to suffer injuries.
If you or a loved one has experienced a dog attack, the victim may be entitled to compensation for losses including medical bills, future loss of income because of his or her injury and pain and suffering.
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Breyer Law Offices, P.C. has Phoenix injury attorneys who specialize in personal injury law. We practice personal injury law exclusively because of our passion and dedication to helping clients who have suffered injuries or experienced loss due to the negligence, carelessness or unethical conduct of others.
Our Phoenix dog bite lawyers are attentive to each of our client's individual needs, and we are committed to understanding the nature of each person's case. If you have been the victim of a dog attack, it is important that you waste no time getting professional counsel. If you incur damages such as medical bills, lost past or future wages or trauma and pain, your settlement may be the difference between physical, emotional and financial protection and the alternative, an uncertain state of affairs.
Phoenix Dog Bite Injury Lawyers at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. Offer Free Consultations
We offer advice for people who have experienced various types of dog bites, and your initial consultation is free. We will help you ascertain the best course of action for you and your loved ones. Call our attorneys at (602) 267-1280 for a free consultation today.