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A dog bite incident is an extremely traumatic experience.
Not only are you injured, you’re afraid of another attack every time you see a dog. In a state like Texas where so many people own dogs, it can make your daily life full of anxiety.
Biggs & Greenslade is dedicated to securing compensation for you after a dog bite injury. We’ll make sure you get the medical care you need, and we will fight for a settlement that covers you into the future.
Call today to schedule your free consultation with a dog bite accident lawyer.
Kenneth Biggs is a leading trial attorney in East Texas.
Up to 95% of cases get settled without going to trial. But if your case reaches the courtroom, you need someone with real trial experience standing in your corner.
Mr. Biggs fights for his clients tenaciously, and he works resolutely to get them the compensation they deserve.
John Greenslade has extensive experience representing personal injury cases.
Before focusing on personal injury law, Mr. Greenslade was a defense attorney for insurance companies.
That experience gives him unique insight to the litigation process and helps him pursue his clients’ settlements without compromise.
Annie Northcutt has practiced litigation at every stage of the process, from negotiations to jury verdict.
As the former chief prosecutor in the County Court at Law of Rusk County, Mrs. Northcutt exemplifies integrity and dedication as she represents East Texans.
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 experienced a dog bite attack, do the following to care for yourself and begin building your case:
Getting the owner’s contact information is your first priority. You should also get information on the dog, including its vaccination info.
Don’t delay your medical treatment. Visit the emergency room or your primary healthcare provider as soon as you can.
Ask your doctor or nurse for documentation of your treatment and your medical bills.
Next, you should file an official dog bite report with your local authorities. We can help advise you on this step.
We know this can be a stressful time with lots of activity, but the more records you can keep of your experience, the stronger your case will be.
Do your best to keep track of the following information:
Clear notes and documentation helps to support your claim and reduce the chance for disputes.
If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, you may be able to claim several different categories of damages & losses.
You deserve compensation for any physical or emotional injury from your dog bite injury. Biggs & Greenslade is standing by to advise you on your claim.
Negligent dog owners deserve to be held accountable when their dogs harm someone. Get professional help for your dog bite injury case.
Biggs & Greenslade is standing by to help you navigate your personal injury claim. Call today to schedule a free consultation.
You have a right to compensation if you’ve been the victim of a dog bite incident. Biggs & Greenslade will advise you on the best path for your situation.
We’ll cover the cost of your initial medical treatments. That cost, plus any further medical care, will be included in your settlement. We’re here to fight for you.
Losing your ability to work due to your injuries can leave you feeling helpless. Biggs & Greenslade will pursue lost wage compensation for as long as you’re unable to work.
Permanent injuries or disfigurement from a dog bite incident can be devastating, both physically and emotionally. Your settlement will cover costs of surgery, rehabilitation, and any other care you need.
Biggs & Greenslade will work toward a settlement that compensates you for any area of your life that has been harmed by your dog bite injury.
A judge or jury may also include punitive damages for the defendant. We’ll make sure that your needs are provided for and that the dog’s owner is held accountable.
Dog bite incidents in Texas can be complicated, but our experienced dog bite accident lawyers are here to handle the details and get the justice you deserve.
The majority of dog bite injuries are a result of the owner’s negligence. When they ignore their dog’s aggressive behaviors and fail to monitor them, their carelessness ends up hurting you.
Let Biggs & Greenslade support you if you’ve been the victim of a dog bite accident.
The situation can be complex if you know the dog’s owner. There’s no mistake that you’ve been hurt, but you may be unsure how to proceed.
In these cases, the procedure is usually to file your claim against the owner’s home insurance agency. You can get the care you deserve without putting someone you know under financial strain.
Call Biggs & Greenslade to get expert counsel on your dog bite injury claim.
In Texas, if a dog hasn’t bitten anyone before, the owner is more likely to be protected from claims.
At Biggs & Greenslade, we will work on your dog bite case with determination to ensure the dog’s owner is held responsible.
Dog bite incidents are particularly dangerous for children.
Children often can’t defend themselves against an aggressive dog, and they may not know the signs an aggressive dog would display.
If your child has been injured by a dog bite, Texas law allows you to file a personal injury claim on their behalf.
Biggs & Greenslade will cover your child’s initial medical expenses so they can get the care they need. We’ll also make sure the final case settlement covers future medical care and bills too.
A dog bite injury is a stressful, traumatic experience. You deserve someone in your corner who will help you get compensation.
Biggs & Greenslade offers free initial consultations so that we can get to know you and the details of your case. Based on your information, we’ll advise you on the best course of action for your claim.
We work on a contingency fee basis—you don’t pay unless we win your case, and any legal fees come out of your settlement rather than your pocket. This lets us give your case the attention it deserves.
Call our office to schedule a free consultation with a dog bit accident attorney today.