Why You Need A Lawyer After An Animal Attack

It happens in a matter of seconds. A dog switches into attack mode, causing injuries that can be severe and traumatic, especially if the victim is a child. The animal owner may apologize profusely, leading you to feel uncertainty about pursuing a claim, especially if the dog belonged to a family member. However, it is not only you or your child's well-being at stake. Taking action could prevent another attack and protect other innocent victims from pain and suffering.

The claims process can be daunting and overwhelming. Dealing with an insurance company puts you on an uneven playing field. This is likely your first experience in this type of situation, while insurance representatives do this work every day. When you seek the assistance of the personal injury attorneys at Puls Haney PLLC in Fort Worth, you have our experience on your side. There are many tangible benefits to our representation, and we charge no attorney fees unless we obtain monetary damages for you.

We offer:

  • Assistance in finding appropriate medical care
  • Navigating insurance companies and the claims process
  • Highly experienced guidance and understanding of your legal options

Who Is Liable In Dog Bites?

Property owners have certain responsibilities in dog bite or other animal attacks. Many property owners have dog bites covered in their homeowners' insurance policy. Compensation for medical expenses and other suffering may be available if you have been injured.

Have Questions? Our Lawyers Have Answers.

Kelly Puls and Mark Haney, top personal injury attorneys in Texas, lead the firm of Puls Haney PLLC which represents individuals throughout Texas. Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys — it's at no cost to you, and if you decide to move forward, we do not charge you attorney fees until we win for you. Call us at 817-338-1717. If you prefer, you may send us an email. We will listen to the details of your circumstances and offer honest guidance.