Shreveport Dog Bite Lawyer
Protection for Your Right to Compensation
Every year, millions of people are injured by dog bites. They can also have long-lasting effects, such as trauma and a lifetime fear of dogs. If you or a loved one suffered an injury as the result of a dog bite or attack, contact an injury lawyer from our firm today. You have rights, and you deserve to seek compensation for your injuries and the traumatizing experience you have been through
Dog bites can lead to serious injuries, including:
- Broken bones
- Wounds requiring stitches
If you've been injured from a dog bite, you need to take the following steps immediately:
- Get the name and address of the owner of the dog
- Get the names and addresses of any witnesses to the incident
- Take a picture of the dog
- File a police report
- Contact an attorney
Do not settle for a lower settlement than what you deserve!
When you suffer a dog bite, the insurance company could attempt to offer you a low settlement, and try to conclude the case as quickly as possible. This is why you need an experienced dog bite attorney to fight on your behalf, negotiate with the dog owner and his or her insurance company, and fight for what you rightfully deserve. A dog bite can leave emotional and physical scars, both of which can last a lifetime. At the very least, you owe it to yourself to seek compensation for your injuries.
Claiming Compensation for a Dog Bite Injury
At Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers, we have helped numerous dog bite victims seek compensation for their injuries. A dog bite is not to be taken lightly; besides the emotional and physical trauma, dogs can carry diseases that can be deadly for humans, and there are serious infections in many dog bite cases.
We understand that you are recovering from this experience, and may still be suffering pain and discomfort from your injuries. We are ready to take on your case, and will handle your case with compassion, sensitivity and determination. Our legal team is ready to use its experience to the benefit of you and your dog bite case.
Contact a Shreveport personal injury attorney from our firm to learn more!