What Compensation Is Available for Dog Bite Victims?

By Staff Blogger | July 31st, 2018

Dog bites aren’t as rare as you think. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that 800,000 people receive medical attention for dog bites every year, and around 350,000 victims seek treatment in emergency...

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What Are Dog Owners' Responsibilities?

By Staff Blogger | May 22nd, 2018

The American Veterinary Medical Association reported in 2013 that Texas ranked ninth out of all U.S. states for dog ownership, with around 44 percent of Texan households owning at least one dog.

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How Can a Lawyer Help After a Dog Bite Injury?

By Staff Blogger | March 6th, 2018

Whether they’re being taken for walks by their owners, playing in parks, or even sitting in stores, restaurants, and offices, dogs are everywhere in Texas. And while most dogs are friendly, lovable, and pose no threat...

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Bitten by a Dog? You Have Rights.

By Staff Blogger | November 7th, 2017

Dog bites can be painful and traumatic, and they even have the potential to be disabling and life-threatening. If you or someone you love was bitten by a dog, it’s important to remember that you have rights, and you may...

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Dog Bites Can Be Disabling

By Staff Blogger | August 22nd, 2017

Dogs are beloved family members, and they’re a great source of companionship and joy for many Texas residents. But even the most well-trained dog can still bite on rare instances—and a single dog bite can have...

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What You Need to Know About Dog Bites

By Michael Loh | February 15th, 2017

How many times have you witnessed a young child walk up to a dog and start petting it? The dog is happy, the child is happy, and everyone’s day just got a bit brighter. But that’s not how every interaction ends. Far too...

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Texas Dog Bite Laws and How They Apply to You

By Staff Blogger | December 15th, 2015

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The Costs of a Dog Bite Injury

By Staff Blogger | May 12th, 2015

When a dog attacks, injuries to the victim—such as lacerations, bruising, tissue and nerve damage, and infection—can be extensive. While minor injuries may heal on their own with time, a more serious dog bite injury may...

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Dog Bite Injuries Can Present Several Safety Risks

By Staff Blogger | October 7th, 2014

When you suffer a dog bite injury, the physical and emotional damage you and your body have suffered aren’t your only concern. In fact, infectious diseases—such as rabies—are also a very serious health and safety risk...

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2 Steps To Follow After Suffering A Dog Bite Injury

By Staff Blogger | June 24th, 2014

As warm weather and longer days settle in across central Texas, we tend to spend more time outside, as do our pets. Unfortunately, this extra time outdoors can lead to an increased risk of becoming the victim of a dog...

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