Macon Dog Bite Attorneys

According to the American Humane Association, over 800,000-dog bite injuries require medical attention each year. Half of the victims of dog attacks are children. In addition to the pain and suffering faced by dog attack victims, there is also a risk of infection and rabies that can be fatal if not quickly treated.

The dog owner is responsible for dog bite injuries

In Georgia, dog owners must restrain their dogs, and they are accountable for their pets’ aggressive actions. As long as you are legally allowed to be on the public or private property where the attack occurs, the dog owner may also be responsible for dog bites.  This may be true regardless of whether or not the dog was on a leash. In many instances, the owner’s insurance can cover your medical bills, loss of income, and even future lost earning potential for more serious injuries.

Are you the victim of a Georgia dog bite or animal bite injury?

If you or a loved one was bitten or attacked by a dog or other animal, contact the Macon personal injury dog bite attorneys at Buzzell, Graham & Welsh for a free case evaluation. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency basis, meaning our attorney’s fees are paid only when you receive compensation. We can help you take the right legal steps to hold the owner accountable, receive compensation for your injuries, and ensure that no one else is injured.

Contact us today for a free initial consultation with our Macon personal injury law team.

Dog bite injuries range from mild to severe

  • Cuts and bruises
  • Lacerations and puncture wounds
  • Broken bones
  • Secondary infections
  • Rabies
  • Physical and emotional trauma
  • Permanent scaring and damage

A call to the experienced Macon dog bite attorneys of Buzzell, Graham & Welsh will ensure you receive the amount of compensation you deserve from the attack.

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