People love their dogs, and the canine is perhaps America’s most beloved animal. There are times, however, when dogs become aggressive and attack others. Dog bites and attacks can lead to serious injury, scarring, infection, and emotional trauma. Hiring the right attorney can make a difference in whether someone recovers or if they go uncompensated. Our Austin dog bite lawyers can effectively represent your interests after a canine attack and maximize your chances of success.
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Austin Attorneys Assisting Those Who Have Been Attacked by a Dog
Dog owners will typically be responsible for the harm caused by their pet. Such harm may include serious injuries such as nerve damage, permanent scars, and emotional distress. Such situations typically fall within the coverage of the dog owner’s homeowner’s insurance policy. If a settlement cannot be reached with the insurance company, then it will be necessary to file a lawsuit in court. Should the matter proceed through litigation, we will aggressively protect you at trial and ensure you know what to expect as your canine attack claim moves forward.
Dan Christensen is an Austin attorney assisting those who have been attacked by dogs. Once retained, we will immediately send notice of our representation to the homeowner’s insurance so that the insurer will deal with us directly. We will fully investigate the case, identify witnesses, obtain security footage, and acquire all of your medical records. Our legal team is prepared to go to trial for you if the dog’s owner refuses to settle or offer an inadequate settlement amount.
Our firm is founded on the idea that all people are entitled to the highest level of respect. We understand that our clients wish to put the matter behind them and move on. We strive to handle dog bite cases as efficiently as possible while promptly returning phone calls, responding to e-mails, and providing clients with the cell numbers of our attorneys. Get in touch with one of our Austin dog bite lawyer for legal assistance after an aggressive canine attack.