Let Us Handle The Aftermath Of A Dog Bite
The physical and emotional trauma of a dog bite or attack often requires significant compensation to cover the cost of medical care. You need a lawyer who will take the time to prepare a strong case that holds up to the scrutiny of a jury trial, should the case go that far.
At The Kaiser Law Group in Flagstaff, we commit our time and effort to seeking the results our clients need after a dog bite or attack. Founding attorney Daniel B. Kaiser has been licensed to practice law in Arizona since 1997. You can rely on his experience in personal injury cases and his extensive knowledge of the law. Don’t let the medical bills overwhelm you; the right lawyer can help you handle the insurance companies and pursue the financial compensation necessary in these situations.
Why You Need Compensation For Your Losses
A dog bite or attack can cause many serious injuries, including:
- Soft-tissue damage
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Loss of sight
- Crushed bones
- Broken bones
- Head injuries
- Nerve damage
In addition to the physical damage, people often have psychological damage they must work through. Fear, anxiety, anger and depression are all possible mental and emotional reactions to a dog bite. You may need compensation to cover counseling expenses. In some cases, people also need compensation for cosmetic surgeries to mitigate the damage from scarring.
Who Pays For The Damages After A Dog Bite?
In Arizona, the dog’s owner is responsible for the attack and their homeowners insurance policy should cover the cost of your past, current and future damages incurred in the attack. The owner’s insurance company should compensate you regardless of where the attack took place. We know how to manage these situations, no matter how complex they may seem.
We Will Take Care Of You And Your Family
Attorney Kaiser understands that being bitten or attacked by a dog is traumatic. Sadly, children are often the victims of these attacks and because of their small stature, they often suffer bite wounds to the face and head.