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If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, it can change your whole world.
The places you loved now feel hostile. Places where you used to feel safe now feel unsettling. You and your family are constantly on edge. You fear that another dog attack could happen at any time.
Your injuries restrict your day-to-day life and prevent you from enjoying the things you used to. You may even worry about an upcoming major reconstructive surgery.
Biggs & Greenslade is here to help you get the justice you deserve after a dog bite incident. We’ll cover your short-term medical expenses and seek maximum compensation for your Waco dog bite case. We’ll work tirelessly to make you whole again.
Call our office to schedule a free consultation.
Kenneth Biggs is one of the most experienced trial lawyers in Texas. If you can’t settle beforehand, you want someone in your corner who knows how to fight for you in a trial.
Mr. Biggs has seen well over 100 cases through to jury verdict, so he has an intimate understanding of what it takes to reach the resolution you need.
John Greenslade has more than a decade of experience serving Texas in personal injury law.
Mr. Greenslade has extensive experience litigating both for and against insurance companies and corporations. Knowing both sides of the courtroom offers him an advantage and allows him to ensure you’re being treated fairly.
Annie Northcutt is the former chief prosecutor in the County Court at Law of Rusk County.
Mrs. Northcutt is incredibly proficient at every stage of litigation and trial. She has been representing Texans just like you since 2017.
If you or a loved one have been bitten by a dog, it’s crucial to know these steps and follow them precisely:
Just like in any accident, it’s vital to get contact information. Obtain the owner’s contact information and acquire the dog’s vaccination records. Even if the owner says the dog is up to date on vaccinations, get a copy of the records.
Begin to administer medical care immediately. Start with first aid while at the scene, then visit your healthcare provider as soon as you’re able.
You absolutely must file a report of the incident. If you’re unsure how, our office will assist you in filing.
The more details you can provide about the attack, the more it will support your claim. Write down as much as you can as soon as you can. The quicker you can write down what happened, the less likely you are to forget in the heat of the moment.
Details you should record or keep copies of include:
All of these items are important in establishing a solid case. Maintaining detailed records also helps minimize challenges to your testimony.
These damages can include both physical and non-physical suffering or losses. You may be entitled to compensation for
Unsure if a part of your injuries or damages is covered? Our legal team is available to answer your questions.
Biggs & Greenslade is here to answer your questions and advise you on the best path forward for your case. You don’t have to deal with the fallout of an animal attack alone.
Call today to get more information about your specific claim.
Biggs & Greenslade will guide you through your claim. You deserve compensation, and we’ll fight for it.
You shouldn’t fall behind on bills because of a dog attack. We’ll be sure that lost wages are included in your compensation for your peace of mind.
Negligent dog owners should be held responsible for their actions. At Biggs & Greenslade, we work to ensure there won’t be repeat offenders in your community.
We may be able to pursue punitive damages, as well as personal injury damages, depending on your case.
We’ll pursue settlements that take care of your physical and emotional injuries. If you’re permanently injured or otherwise incapacitated, we’ll fight for your full compensation.
You shouldn’t have to pay a penny for something that wasn’t your fault. We’ll fight not only for your current medical bills but also for compensation for any medical bills in the future.
Biggs & Greensale will ensure that any part of your life that was affected gets proper restitution.
You probably don’t know the intricacies of dog bite laws in Texas, and now isn’t the time for you to have to learn them. Our team will guide you through the whole process and explain the relevant particulars of your case.
When dog owners ignore leash laws or hide their dog’s past aggressive behavior, they endanger everyone. You’ve paid the price for their negligence, so you deserve compensation.
If you’ve been bitten by a dog due to the owner’s negligence, let Biggs & Greenslade advocate for you.
It’s incredibly tough when you’re bitten by a dog whom you know. You don’t want to hurt the dog, nor do you want to cause their owner harm, but you’re still owed 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. This allows you to pursue adequate compensation without bankrupting someone you know.
Texas operates under a law commonly known as the “One Bite Rule.”
If a dog hasn’t previously bitten anyone in the past, it can be challenging to get the case to stick. It can be especially difficult if the dog doesn’t have a history of aggression. Still, you deserve restitution.
At Biggs & Greenslade, we’ll take on your dog bite case with tenacity and ensure the dog’s owner will be held responsible.
Dog attacks can be exceptionally traumatic and dangerous for children. While already dangerous for adults, children are at even greater risk of serious injury.
Children often are unable to defend themselves against the attacking dog. They may also not be able to identify aggressive canine behavior the way adults can.
As their parent or guardian, you are well within your rights to pursue a personal injury claim on your child’s behalf.
Biggs & Greenslade will pay for your child to get proper medical attention right away. We will also ensure that the final settlement covers emotional damages, along with future care, as well.
You deserve someone who will fight tirelessly for you. You’ve got enough on your mind as it is, so let Biggs & Greenslade help you carry the weight.
We offer free consultations so that we can fully understand the details of your case and advise you on the best way to pursue your claim.
At your consultation, we'll assess your case thoroughly and honestly. We treat every client as an individual human being who needs our help. We don’t base our practice on volume.
Call our office to schedule a free consultation with a dog bite accident attorney in Waco, TX, today.
Our dedicated and professional legal team can provide you with solid representation and actionable advice. Let us represent you and your family and make you whole again.
If you are ready to schedule your free consultation, please fill out our request form or give us a call.