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Dog bite cases can be complicated
Each state holds dog owners to different levels of liability. Here are a few differences between dog attack laws depending on the state where the bite occurred:
In any personal injury case, it’s important to get medical treatment right away! After that, you’ll need to begin collecting evidence as quickly as possible. This is very important with dog bite injuries.
If you’ve been bitten, here are some recommended steps you’ll want to take:
In the stress of the moment, you may not have the ability to complete all of the recommended steps; however, we may still be able to help. Contact our team so that we can evaluate the situation and help you determine if your case is worth pursuing.