Types of Dog Bite Injuries
Dog Bite Lawyer in Michigan
A dog bite victim may suffer any of a number of physical and/or emotional injuries. Depending upon the size of the dog as well as the height and weight of the victim, a dog bite victim may sustain injury to the face, head, arms, hands, neck or other areas of the body. Some potential physical injuries include:
- Crush Injuries
- Fractured Bones
- Broken Bones
- Tissue Loss
The dog bite itself may cause serious infection, scarring, or disfigurement, even when treated immediately. Long after physical injuries have healed, a victim may still suffer from the emotional side effects and trauma associated with the incident. A fear of dogs and the outdoors may plague a victim for life. The victim may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, or anxiety. The social consequences of a disfigurement are also injurious.
How a Michigan Dog Bite Lawyer Could Help
Don't hesitate in contacting an attorney as soon as possible. At Freedman Law Group we believe you deserve immediate and compassionate, yet aggressive, legal representation in order to have the best opportunity of making a maximum financial recovery. Dog bite injuries, both physical and emotional, are extremely serious. You will need the best representation you can get to recover the most compensation for medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
Our Michigan personal injury attorney can work with medical experts and other professionals to accurately determine the value of your dog bite claim and then pursue that amount in court or in out of court negotiations. Since 1994, we have represented dog bite and other injury victims just like you. Let us put our experience to work for you.
Contact a Michigan dog bite lawyer from our office today!