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A dog bite injury is a frightening experience.
We’re used to dogs being man’s best friend, so most people don’t even see a dog attack coming. Even if you’re able to defend yourself, you’re likely to still come away with some degree of injury.
An incident like that transforms the way you see the world. Not only are you injured and unable to live life on your terms, just seeing a dog can trigger the fear of another attack.
Biggs & Greenslade will work to get you justice and compensation after a dog bite incident. We’ll help you get medical care immediately after your injuries, and we will contend for a settlement that provides for your future needs and expenses.
Call our office today to schedule your free consultation with a dog bite accident attorney.
Kenneth Biggs is one of the most experienced trial attorneys in East Texas.
Nearly 95% of legal cases reach settlement without going to trial. But if your case goes all the way to a courtroom and a jury, you want someone with practical trial experience representing you.
Mr. Biggs has seen over 100 cases to jury verdict, and he works tirelessly to get justice for his clients.
John Greenslade has a long history of representing Texans in personal injury claims.
Before focusing on personal injury law, Mr. Greenslade was a defense attorney for insurance companies.
Mr. Greenslade also has extensive experience as a defense attorney for insurance companies.
That experience gives him the advantage in negotiating with insurance companies on behalf of his clients at Biggs & Greenslade.
Annie Northcutt has practiced litigation at every stage of the process, from negotiations to jury verdict.
Annie Northcutt is the former chief prosecutor in the County Court at Law of Rusk County, which is a testament to her skill and determination in representing East Texans.
Mrs. Northcutt is highly experienced with every stage of the litigation and trial process, and she has been pursuing justice for Texans since 2017.
If you or your loved one have been the victim of a dog bite injury, the following steps will guide you to caring for yourself and building your case:
It’s vital to get the dog owner’s contact information, as well as vaccination information and heath details on the dog.
Get the medical treatment you need right away. Don’t delay visiting the emergency room or your primary care provider.
Make sure to ask your care providers for documentation of your treatment details and medical bills.
The next step is to file an official dog bit report with your local jurisdiction. We can guide you through this step.
The more records and details you’re able to keep of your incident, the more it will help your case.
We understand that this can be an overwhelming experience, and we’re here to advise you.
Try to record the follow information:
Detailed documentation and notes help to support your case and minimize the possibility of disputes of your testimony.
If you’ve experienced a dog bite injury, you may be able to claim several categories of damages:
You deserve compensation for any area of your life that has been affected by your dog bite injury. Biggs & Greenslade will fight for justice and accountability on your behalf.
When dog owners are negligent with their aggressive dogs, you’re the one who ends up paying for their carelessness.
They deserve to be held accountable so you can get the compensation and help you need.
Biggs & Greenslade is committed to helping you through your personal injury claim. Call our office today to speak to a dog bite injury lawyer.
You deserve compensation for any area of your life that’s been harmed by a dog bite injury. Biggs & Greenslade will guide you through the best options for your case.
We’ll cover the out of pocket expenses for your immediate medical treatments. Along with any future medical care you might need, we’ll make sure those expenses are covered in your final settlement.
If you’re unable to work due to your dog bite injury, Biggs & Greenslade will pursue lost wage compensation for the time that you can't get your regular income.
Permanent injuries or disfigurement are a horrible possibility in dog bite incidents, and those kinds of injuries can cause both physical and emotional distress.
We’ll ensure your settlement amount covers any rehabilitation, surgery, or other medical care you need in the future.
Biggs & Greenslade will pursue a settlement that covers any aspect of your life where you’ve been affected by your dog bite incident.
A judge may also decide to include punitive damages in your claim. We’ll ensure that the dog’s owner is held responsible for their negligence and that your needs are taken care of.
Dog bite accidents in Texas can sometimes be complex, but our personal injury attorneys are highly experienced and will guide you through your claim process.
Most dog bite injuries happen due to the owner’s negligence. Ignoring or hiding their dog’s previous aggressive behaviors puts everyone around them at risk.
If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite incident, let Biggs & Greenslade help you get justice.
If you know the dog’s owner, it can create a difficult situation. You deserve compensation and care for your injuries, but you don’t want the owner or their dog to suffer as a result.
The process for those cases is usually to file your personal injury claim against the owner’s rental or home insurance agency. You can work toward getting compensation without putting pressure on someone you know.
Call our office to get expert guidance on your claim from a dog bite injury lawyer.
Texas operates under the “one bite rule,” meaning that it can be more difficult to make a claim against a dog who hasn’t attacked anyone previously.
Biggs & Greenslade is committed to pursuing justice and responsibility in your dog bite injury claim.
Dog bite injuries can be especially severe for children.
A child will likely be unable to defend themselves from an aggressive dog, and they may not be aware of warning signs that an aggressive dog displays.
If your child has been the victim of a dog bite injury in the state of Texas, you’re able to file a personal injury case on their behalf.
Biggs & Greenslade will pay for their initial medical bills so they can get treatment immediately. We’ll ensure that your claim settlement covers those medical expenses, as well as any future medical care they need.
Dog bite injuries are a traumatic, difficult experience. You deserve help getting the compensation that you need.
Biggs & Greenslade encourages you to schedule a free consultation with us so that we can understand your case and advise you on the best way forward.
You don’t pay a dollar unless we win your case, and any legal fees will come out of the settlement amount, not your pocket.
Biggs & Greenslade works on a contingency fee basis so that we can give every client our full attention and best efforts. We’ll fight for justice and your maximum compensation.
Call today to schedule a consultation and get expert help after your dog bite incident.