Victims Of Dog Bites May Be Entitled To Compensation
Dog bites and other animal attacks can leave lasting physical and emotional injuries on all victims, especially children. Medical bills, time away from work, and pain and suffering resulting from the injury can take a financial toll on an entire family. The dog or animal owner must take responsibility for the actions of the animal and are liable for compensating the victim for his or her losses.
At the Law Office of Elliot Glicksman, PLLC, in Tucson, Arizona, we provide comprehensive representation to victims who have been injured by a dog or other animal. Attorney Elliot Glicksman has extensive knowledge of the Arizona laws that govern animal control, such as leash laws and premises liability laws, and can help you understand who may be liable for the injuries you, a loved one, or your child suffered. If you or a family member has been injured due to a dog bite or other animal-inflicted injury, contact our firm today to discuss your case and options.
Injuries From a Dog Bite
After your initial visit to a medical facility for treatment after a dog bite (from a Pit Bull, Rottweiler or other type of dog), there may be lasting injuries that require additional medical care and treatment, including:
- Disabilities or impairments
- Nerve damage
- Tissue damage
- Future emotional distress (fear of dogs)
Any of these injuries may lead to further medical care, such as plastic surgery to deal with scarring or treatment for infection of the wound. It may be possible to sue for future medical costs, if doctors are anticipating that your injury will need future treatment.
After a dog bite, your injury should be evaluated and treated by medical personnel. Also, any evidence must be preserved in order to build a case against the owner of the dog that bit you. We can begin gathering evidence and investigating the case immediately after being retained as your legal counsel.
Contact Our Office In Tucson Today
If you or a loved one has been bitten by a dog or injured in an attack by another animal, we can help you take action against the owner for losses and damages you have suffered. Contact the Law Office of Elliot Glicksman to schedule a free initial consultation