Dog & Animal Attacks
Dog and animal attacks are a leading cause of personal injuries across the United States. Every year, approximately 4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs, and an estimated 1,000 people require emergency hospital treatment for dog bites every day.
Whether bitten by a dog or by any other type of animal, a personal injury lawsuit can help cover medical expenses and any other costs associated with a dog bite. In most dog attacks, the owner of the dog has created unsafe conditions that allowed the dog attack to take place. Because of this negligence, compensation may be owed to you under Oklahoma law. The dog owner may have left the dog unleashed, or left a back gate open to allow the dog to roam freely, for example. Since this negligence was a direct cause of your injury, victims are owed compensation.
Whether you or a loved one has experienced a dog or animal bite, it’s important to secure compensation as quickly as possible. Oklahoma residents only have a limited period of time to file a lawsuit, and during this time, evidence will need to be collected in order to secure the maximum possible amount of compensation.
Joe Carson and his team of animal attack experts can represent you in your quest for compensation. The team will take photographs of the area in which the dog bite occurred, and medical professionals may be contacted in order to understand the full extent of the injuries suffered. Expert testimony and visual evidence will reinforce your case and help you secure compensation against the dog’s owner.
Joe Carson has years of experience in all types of Oklahoma personal injury law. Together with his team of dog bite experts, Joe will provide the expert legal assistance that victims need in order to secure compensation. Visual evidence will need to be collected immediately in order to provide the strongest reinforcement for your dog bite claim.
If you or a loved one has suffered injury as the result of a dog attack, then it’s important to act quickly. Evidence of the dog bite might fade over time, and Oklahomans only have a limited period during which they can file for dog bite compensation. To fully understand your legal rights following an animal attack, or to begin your quest for compensation today, contact Joe Carson. With years of experience in representing dog bite victims, Joe Carson and his team of experts will work hard to secure the maximum compensation owed to you.