Orange County Dog Bite Lawyer
Were you attacked by a dog?
There are millions of dog owners in the United States alone. While dogs
generally make wonderful pets and bring joy to the lives of those around
them, it is very important to remember that dogs are animals. In fact,
about a thousand people go to the emergency room for dog bite injuries
every day of the year in the United States. Dog bite injuries are a common occurrence and they
can be very severe. If you have been bitten by a dog, it is vital that
you receive immediate medical attention as a priority. After that it,
is important that you refrain from discussing medical bills or other concerns
with the dog owner. You should always speak with an attorney first.
The Orange County dog bite lawyers at The Law Office of Bruce C. Bridgman
are very experienced in handling all types of
personal injury cases in California. As soon as you or a loved one has been injured by
a dog bite, it is in your best interests to consult with one Mr. Bridgman’s
legal team. The owner of the dog could be held liable for the following:
- Medical bills
- Reconstructive surgery (if necessary)
- Lost wages
- Future medical bills
- Future lost wages
- Emotional trauma (pain and suffering)
It is very important to
Mr. Bridgman that you get the help you need if you have been seriously injured by someone
else’s animal. You can always count on The Law Office of Bruce C.
Bridgman to provide you with experienced legal counsel, advice and representation
in your personal injury case.
Aggressive Personal Injury Representation
A large percentage of dog bites that occur are suffered by young children
– predominantly in the cheek, mouth, eye and face area. If your
child has been bitten by a dog, you will want to ensure that you get the
best medical attention for your child, as well as any reconstructive surgery
that is necessary. If the dog bite was anywhere in the eye area, it could
cause serious problems for the child’s vision. The owner of the
dog that bit you or your child must be held accountable for his or her pet.
Let Mr. Bridgman and his attorneys help you.