Long-Term Psychological Issues From Dog Bite
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, more than 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year. Of those, nearly 20 percent require medical attention. This means that approximately 1 million people must be treated for dog bite injuries EVERY YEAR.
While many of the physical wounds and scars eventually heal, dog attacks often result in psychological scars that can take longer to heal, or never go away. This can mean months or even years of expensive therapy, lifelong fear of dogs and even the inability to be in certain social situations.
Our Attorneys Are Committed To Helping You Through Your Trauma
People who must cope with the trauma of serious dog attacks deserve an experienced legal team on their side. At Willumsen & McRoberts Law Firm, experienced Texas attorneys Fred Willumsen and Donal McRoberts have helped people hold negligent dog owners responsible for the emotional as well as physical effects of a dog attack. We know that psychological trauma can be every bit as serious as physical wounds, and when compensation is available to help our clients manage the costs of treatment, we do everything possible to help them get it.
We have helped clients who have developed PTSD-type symptoms following an attack, as well as children who become disfigured and develop emotional scars as a result. We consult with both medical and psychological experts to determine the extent of our clients’ physical and emotional injuries, and we are unwavering in our commitment to get our clients fair compensation from negligent dog owners.
Contact Our Firm Today For A Free, No-Obligation Consultation
Learn whether you have a claim for long-term psychological issues from dog bites by speaking with our experienced lawyers. Contact our offices in Houston or Katy by sending an email, or call 281-407-6611 or toll-free at 800-346-0139.
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