Personal Injury

Dog Bites

Nearly five million people across the US experience unexpected dog bites annually, whether they are bitten by their own dog or someone else’s. Because of this, it’s common practice for homeowner’s insurance to cover the medical expenses attributed to dog bites, but according to statistics, insurance only pays about 2% of dog bite victims who seek medical help.

Animal Bites

Thousands of people each year are bitten by animals, and have to seek medical treatment for their injuries. Animal bites can be very serious, and may require the person bitten to receive a tetanus shot, stitches, antibiotics, and even surgery.