If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, it can change your whole world.
Because so many Texans are dog owners, you’re likely to see a dog almost anywhere you go.
Places that you used to feel safe, like going to the park or visiting friends and family, suddenly feel threatening. You fear that another dog attack could happen at any time.
Your injuries leave you in pain, unable to work or do the things you enjoy. You may even need reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation.
Biggs & Greenslade is here to help you get the compensation and justice you deserve after a dog bite incident. We’ll cover your immediate medical expenses, and we’ll pursue the maximum compensation so you’re cared for in the future as well.
Call our office to schedule a free consultation.
Kenneth Biggs is one of the most experienced trial lawyers in East Texas.
While many lawyers have experience reaching settlements, some cases will need to go all the way until trial. When that happens, you need someone on your side with true courtroom experience.
Mr. Biggs has seen over 100 cases through to jury verdict, which gives him a deep understanding of what it takes to reach a successful resolution.
John Greenslade has over 10 years of experience serving East Texas in personal injury law.
Mr. Greenslade has extensive experience litigating both for and against insurance companies and corporations. This gives him a distinct advantage in making sure his personal injury clients are treated fairly in their cases.
Annie Northcutt is the former chief prosecutor in the County Court at Law of Rusk County, a testament to her expertise and dedication.
Mrs. Northcutt is highly proficient at every stage of litigation and trial, and has been representing East Texans since 2017.
If you or a loved one have been bitten by a dog, it’s important to take these steps:
It’s vital to get the owner’s contact information, as well as the dog’s vaccination records.
Don’t wait to begin administering medical care. Start with first aid at the scene of the incident, then visit your healthcare provider as soon as possible.
Filing an official dog bite report is an important step in the legal process. Our office can help guide you through this step.
The more details you’re able to provide about your dog bit incident, the more it will support your claim.
Details you should record or keep copies of include:
All of these items will help establish your case. Maintaining detailed records also helps minimize challenges to your testimony.
After a dog bite, you may be entitled to several categories of damage claims. These damages can include both physical and non-physical suffering or losses.
If you’re unsure whether a part of your injuries or damages is covered, our legal team is available to answer your questions.
Experiencing a dog bite is a very traumatic event, but you don’t have to deal with the aftermath alone.
Biggs & Greenslade is here to answer your questions and advise you on the best path forward for your case.
Call today to get more information about your specific claim.
Biggs & Greenslade will be able to guide you through your claim. You deserve compensation for your pain and medical expenses.
You’re entitled to reimbursement from initial medical expenses. We’ll ensure that the final settlement covers future medical expenses too.
You shouldn’t have to worry about regular bills and expenses while you’re recovering. We’ll make sure that your lost wages are covered in your settlement.
If you’ve been permanently injured or suffered disfigurement from a dog bite attack, we’ll pursue a settlement that covers you for both physical and emotional care.
Biggs & Greenslade will make sure your settlement compensates you for your pain, as well as the parts of your life your injuries have affected.
Depending on your case, we may be able to pursue punitive damages in addition to personal injury damages.
Negligent dog owners should be held responsible for their actions. At Biggs & Greenslade, we work to ensure that neither you or your community will be hurt by the same offenders again.
Dog bite cases in Texas can be complex. Our expert legal team is here to make the process simple and pursue justice for you with tenacity.
When dog owners ignore leash laws or hide their dog’s past aggressive behavior, they put everyone around them at risk. And you’re the one who ends up paying the price.
If you’ve been bitten by a dog due to the owner’s negligence, let Biggs & Greenslade help.
You may feel conflicted if you’ve been bitten by a dog you know. You don’t want to hurt the dog or their owner, but you still deserve compensation.
The most common procedure for a dog bite claim in Texas is to file against the owner’s home or renter’s insurance agency. You can still pursue a fair settlement without placing someone you know in financial distress.
Call our office to get advice from an experienced dog bite lawyer today.
Texas operates under a law commonly known as the “One bite rule.”
If a dog hasn’t previously shown aggressive behaviors or bitten anyone in the past, it can be more difficult for a case to stick, even in spite of clear evidence.
At Biggs & Greenslade, we will work on your dog bite case with determination to ensure the dog’s owner is held responsible.
Dog bite injuries can be especially traumatic and dangerous for children.
Children often are not physically capable of defending themselves against an attacking dog. They may also not be able to identify the red flags of a dangerous dog like an adult would.
As their parent or guardian, you are able to pursue a personal injury claim on behalf of your child.
Biggs & Greenslade will pay for your child to receive medical care right away, and we will ensure the final settlement covers emotional damages and future care as well.
When you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, you deserve someone who will fight for accountability and compensation on your behalf.
At Biggs & Greenslade, we offer free consultations so that we can fully understand the details of your case and counsel you on the best course of action.
At your consultation, we'll assess your case thoroughly and honestly. Our practice isn’t based on volume of clients—we treat every client seriously and focus on the best results we can get for you.
Call our office to schedule a free consultation with a dog bite accident attorney today.