Dog Bite Lawyers in Texas Who Are Ready To Help

According to Texas Health and Human Services, there are over 4.7 million people bitten by dogs on an annual basis. 

Dogs can add joy to a family’s life, but ownership comes with responsibility. In Texas, dog owners owe a duty to people that are harmed by their dog and can be sued for monetary damages.

If you have suffered injuries such as a dog bite to your hands, arms, legs, or face, you may have permanent physical injuries and disfiguring scars.

As a dog bite victim, you have the right to pursue compensation for:

  • Medical expenses, including hospital bills, surgeries, and medication
  • Lost wages from missed work during recovery
  • Pain and suffering, including emotional distress
  • Permanent scarring or disfigurement
  • Any other damages related to the dog bite incident

That’s why it’s important to speak to a dog bite lawyer after you’ve been bit to discuss bringing a claim. If you’ve been bitten by a dog, call 1-800-LAWBOSS to make an appointment for a free in-person or virtual consultation.

If you’ve been bitten by a dog, seek medical attention immediately, even for minor bites. Clean the wound with soap and water and apply an antiseptic cream. Obtain the dog owner’s contact information and seek witnesses if possible. Report the incident to local animal control and contact a personal injury lawyer for legal guidance.

Dog bites can result in a range of injuries, from minor cuts and puncture wounds to more serious injuries such as infections, nerve damage, scarring, and broken bones. In severe cases, dog bites can lead to long-term physical and emotional trauma.

Yes, you can sue the dog owner for your injuries if their dog bites you. Dog owners are generally liable for injuries caused by their pets, especially if the owner was negligent in controlling the dog or aware of its aggressive tendencies. A personal injury lawyer can assist in filing a claim for compensation.

A Texas dog bite injury attorney can help you with your claim every step of the way. They know the laws about dog bites in Texas really well and can find out what happened in your case by investigating carefully. They’ll talk to insurance companies and others to try to get you fair compensation for what you’ve been through. And if they have to, they’ll stand up for you in court. Having a lawyer who knows what they’re doing can make a big difference in getting the help you need.

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Texas Dog Bite Lawyers Proudly Serving Texas

If you’ve suffered a dog bite injury in Texas, our team of specialized personal injury lawyers is here to provide expert assistance. With a focus on dog bite cases, we possess a deep understanding of Texas laws regarding liability and compensation for such incidents. Conveniently located in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, our offices ensure accessibility for anyone in need across Texas. Trust us to advocate for your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve for medical expenses, pain, and suffering. Contact us today for a consultation and let us help you navigate your dog bite injury claim.

Our Clients Don't Pay Until We Win

In the aftermath of a dog bite accident, the physical and emotional toll can be overwhelming. At Uvalle Law Firm, we recognize the challenges you face and are here to provide unwavering support during this difficult time. Our commitment to your well-being includes offering a “no win, no fee” guarantee for dog bite accident cases. This means you can pursue your claim without worrying about upfront legal fees. Our experienced team of personal injury lawyers will diligently investigate your case, gather evidence, and fight for the compensation you deserve for medical expenses, lost wages, and the pain and suffering caused by the attack.

You shouldn’t have to bear the financial burden of seeking justice after a dog bite incident. Let us be your advocates and help you navigate the legal process. 

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