At The Bendinelli Law Firm, we proudly assist clients with all types of personal injury cases.
Every year in the United States, more than five million people are injured by dogs. Over one million of those people require medical attention. Not every dog bite or attack is by a Pit Bull or a dog that is considered dangerous. Dogs from different breeds are responsible for serious injuries to people. In our office, our Denver personal injury attorney team has seen cases involving almost every breed of dog and can help with your case. If you or a loved one was attacked by someone’s pet, contact our experienced dog bite injury lawyers for a free consultation.
At the Bendinelli Law Firm, PC, our attorneys can help. Call us today for a free and confidential case evaluation. Let us get to work and help you get the compensation you need to recover from a serious injury.
Types of Injuries Caused by Dog Bites
While many dog bites only cause minor injuries, when a bite breaks the skin it has the potential to cause serious, life-altering injuries, including:
- Puncture wounds, lacerations, and abrasions
- Eye, nose, and other face injuries
- Torn ears
- Broken bones
- Nerve damage
- Head injuries
- Back or neck injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Scars and disfigurement
Compensation Available for Dog Bite Victims
If you or a loved one has been bitten by a dog, there may be several types of compensation available. Our dog bite lawyers will investigate what happened and want to secure the following damages:
- Medical bills for hospitalizations, prescription medicines, and surgery
- Lost wages, if your injuries caused you to miss time from work
- Future medical expenses and/or lost earning capacity, if you are permanently disabled
- Pain and suffering, both physical and mental
An experienced dog bite injury lawyer can give you a better idea of the potential value of your claim.
Contact an Experienced Colorado Dog Bite Injury Lawyer
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury caused by a dog bite or attack you should contact our firm today for a free case evaluation. If you do not recover, there will be no fee. Any dog bite that has caused you to seek medical attention is a serious legal matter.