Our New Braunfels dog bite attorneys take pride in representing dog bite and animal attack victims in claims against negligent owners and uncooperative insurance companies. If you or your child has been injured by an animal that was not properly supervised or restrained, we are prepared to pursue your case.
At the Burch Law Firm, we have been providing professional, responsible legal advice and assistance to injured central Texas residents and visitors for over 20 years. To consult with an experienced, understanding New Braunfels dog bite lawyer regarding your legal rights and options, contact us today by calling 830-629-0955.
Dog Bites & Animal Attacks
A dog bite or animal attack can result in serious injuries that require emergency medical attention. Over 350,000 people require treatment for dog bite injuries each year, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Many of these victims are young children who, because of their small size, are more likely than adults to be bitten by dogs that are not tethered or muzzled.
Our New Braunfels animal attack attorneys have handled a wide variety of injury cases involving dog bites or animal attacks, and we are prepared to pursue your case, no matter how complex the circumstances. We will fight to ensure that you receive fair and just compensation for all of your attack-related injuries, including:
- Bite wounds
When pet owners do not properly restrain their animals, particularly those that are known to have a history of violent behavior towards people, they can be held legally responsible for any injuries that their animals may cause. Whether you have been hurt by a domesticated pet or exotic animal, our New Braunfels animal attack lawyers can help you pursue payment for medical bills, lost income, plastic surgery costs, and pain and suffering, among others.
For sound legal advice and assistance regarding your dog bite or animal attack case, look no further than the Burch Law Firm. Contact our caring, committed New Braunfels dog bite attorneys today at 830-629-0955 to discuss your claim for compensation.