Free Carolina Dog Bite Injury Guide
Free eBook for Dog Bite Injury Victims in the Carolinas
By Herbert W. Auger, Esq.
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People love dogs, but dogs can also present danger. When dog owners fail in their duties to keep their animal under control, they endanger people’s health and safety.
Every day, over 1,000 people seek treatment for dog bite injuries in U.S. hospital emergency departments, according to the CDC. Most accidents of this type can be prevented by remembering one key thing: ALL DOGS ARE CAPABLE OF BITING.
If you have been hurt by a dog bite, you may be scared and confused as to what to do next. Download our Carolina Dog Bite Injury Guide to get the information and guidance you need. Learn why it’s important to seek prompt medical attention, and discover your options for pursuing damages from all responsible parties.
It only takes one bad decision for a gruesome dog bite to happen, but it takes a series of good decisions to hold those responsible accountable. Download our guide, and start taking the steps you need to seek the justice you deserve.
Learn What to Do After a Dog Bite in North Carolina or South Carolina, According to an Experienced Dog Bite Attorney
For nearly 30 years, Herb Auger and his associates have provided aggressive and incisive legal representation to injury victims in North and South Carolina. Our case history includes numerous dog bite incidents, such as a $135,000 settlement for a client who sustained facial injury and scarring when attacked by a Rottweiler while visiting family.
After a dog bite incident, many injury victims wait to seek medical care, let alone start the process of looking into damages recovery. DON’T DO THIS! Act quickly, using our informative and comprehensive guide.
Dog owners, insurance companies, and even some medical services providers may give you misleading or incorrect information. Don’t trust them to look after your best interests. Instead, look after yourself and your family by arming yourself with the knowledge you need to seek the best possible path to recovery.
Man’s Best Friend Can Turn on You — And Owners Are Responsible
After you have sustained a dog bite, you will undoubtedly be in physical pain. You will also endure the mental pain of stress that can come with not knowing what to do next.
Common questions people have after a dog bite incident in the Carolinas include:
- Should I go to the doctor?
- What types of injuries did I sustain?
- How will I pay for treatment?
- What does the law say about dog bites and dog owners’ responsibilities?
- Can I sue a dog owner for a dog bite?
- What damages are available in a typical dog bite settlement offer?
The answers to these questions may change, depending on your unique case. However, there are a few actions nearly all seasoned Carolina dog bite attorneys will suggest you take once you have been bitten.
The Carolina Dog Bite Injury Guide tells you what these steps are. It also gives you the critical information you need to know, including the following:
- What to do in the first 24 hours after a dog bite
- Dog bite liability laws in North Carolina and South Carolina
- Who is responsible for dog bite injury costs, according to the law
- Common injuries to look out for when you go to the doctor
- The steps of a dog bite injury claim, or lawsuit
- Why insurance companies won’t look out for your interests
- Worst mistakes people make when trying to recover a dog bite settlement
- How a Carolina dog bite attorney can help, and what qualities to look for in a lawyer
- What to do in special scenarios, such as if you were bitten at work, bitten while trespassing, or can’t immediately identify the dog’s owner
- What to do when you have suffered psychological trauma and emotional hardship
- Tactics insurers use to defer liability or pay you as little as possible
- Important facts about dog bites, including why every dog owner needs to actively prevent bites
Protect Your Interests and Legal Rights After Being Bitten by a Dog
Never blame yourself after a dog bite, and never let a dog owner or their insurance company lay blame on you. Laws and past cases have shown us that dog owners have a responsibility to prevent most bites; when they fail in this responsibility, you deserve the best possible chance at recovering your damages from all liable parties.
Know that no one can help you as much as you can help yourself during this critical time. Getting medical care is a top priority, but so is getting legal representation.
Arm yourself with knowledge using our Carolina Dog Bite Injury Guide, and then get yourself a legal representative who can help you seek to build a strong case.
One bad moment with a bad dog doesn’t have to mean you end up having a bad life. Take negligent owners to task for the harm they have caused, and start fighting for your legal rights today!
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