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Dogs are often considered family and offer love and compassion. However, sometimes they tragically become aggressive and bite another person. When they do, a victim may be left with serious injuries like scratches, fractures, puncture wounds, rabies, nerve damage, and infections. Owners should be responsible with their pets, but with all the dogs in Franklin County, dog bites are an unfortunate reality. At KNR, we’ve created this list of steps you should take if you do face a dog bite in Franklin County.
Also, if you’ve been hurt by a dog bite, it is in your best interest to reach out to the skilled and knowledgeable Columbus dog bite lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick. Call us at (614) 487-8669 to increase your chances of recovering what you deserve. We offer free, initial consultations and are only paid when you recover compensation.
After a dog bites, you will probably be terrified and unsure of what to do. Try to remain calm and follow these steps to protect your or a loved one’s health as well as your rights.
An experienced dog bite lawyer is well-versed in dog bite laws in Ohio. They also have access to a team investigators, which may be important if you lack evidence. If you have a valid case, the lawyer can help you determine who is at fault for the dog bite and file a claim on your behalf.
The claim can be used to collect compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. In addition, the lawyer can ensure the same dog does not harm you or someone else again.
If you’ve been injured as a result of a dog bite in Franklin County, reach out to a dog bite lawyer at KNR right away. We can inform you of your legal options and ensure your rights are protected. Call (614) 487-8669 today or contact us online. Consultations are free, and our lawyers are only paid when you recover compensation.