Although dog ownership hasn’t risen significantly, dog bites in Huntington Beach have risen dramatically. There’s no logical way to explain this phenomenon other than that as population grows and homes become more crowded, there’s more interaction between people and dogs. It might not seem like it happens very often, but there are about 4.7 million dog bites reported every year with many more going unreported.
There are certain breeds – Pit Bull and Rottweiler – that attack much more frequently than others, but many dog species have been known to attack and bite humans. The worst part of the attacks are the scarring they can leave.
A knife cut leaves a simple cut that can be stitched back together easily, but the ripping and tearing action of a dog bite can pull the skin apart and make it much more difficult to stitch up without leaving a scar. Depending on where the scar is, your dog bite case could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
After a Dog Bite in Huntington Beach
The first thing you need to do is gather up all the evidence you can regarding the attack. Photographs, witness statements, and the dog owner’s information are crucial details in a dog bite case.
Us here at Bisnar | Chase have seen just about every type of personal injury case, including several dog bite cases and we know how to close these cases and get our clients financial compensation and peace of mind. Please give us a call at 1-800-561-4887 if you have any questions or would like to discuss your case and receive a free consultation.