Our Michigan dog bite lawyers represent victims of dog bites and dog attacks throughout the State of Michigan.  We handle cases involving all types of dog bite injuries and attacks, including, scars and disfigurement, pain and suffering, infections, rabies, nerve damage, and even death. We have a detailed knowledge and understanding of these types of injuries suffered by dog bite victims and their treatment.  This is essential to understanding the affect of the injuries on a client and is essential to achieving the best possible settlement or jury verdict of the injured client.

Dog bites and attacks may result in one or more of the following physical injuries:

  • Abrasions
  • Lacertions
  • Punctures
  • Tissue Loss and Avulsion
  • Crush Injuries
  • Fractured Bones
  • Sprain and Sprain Injuries
  • Scars
  • Infections, such as Rabies
  • Nerve Damage
  • Facial Fractures

Besides physical injuries, a dog bite victim often also suffers from psychological injuries.  After a horrible event, a person may not feel or behave normally for a significant amount of time.  He or she may feel depressed, nervous, or fearful – may cry, take dangerous risks or not get along with friends and family.  There are many possible symptoms and classifications of this problem. “Post traumatic stress disorder” is one such classification.

Depending on the circumstances of the dog bite, the injured victim may have legal rights to be compensated for his or her injury, including money damages for pain and suffering, scarring, disability, medical bills, and lost wages. The dog owner is usually found to be strictly liable for the damages resulting from the dog bite.  If possible, try to gather as much evidence as you possibly can once you or the dog bite victim has received appropriate medical attention.  Useful evidence can include: the names of the dog and dog owner, the dog owner’s address, addresses and names of people who witnessed the attack, photos and descriptions of the place where the attack occurred, medical evaluation of the wound by the trating physician.

As a dog bite injury victim or family member of a loved one in a Michigan dog attack, you do have the legal right to file a lawsuit against the owner of the dog for the injuries suffered.  Call our office now at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your case with one of our experienced Michigan dog bite injury lawyers.  We offer a free consultation and will represent you under our No Fee Promise – meaning you do not pay any legal fees or costs until we prove and settle your case.

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Southfield, MI, 48034
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