Louisville, Kentucky, Dog Bite Attorneys
Every year, dog attacks cause serious injuries to Kentucky residents, many of them children. Dog bite attack victims know the significant harm that dog bites can cause. Injuries can range from puncture wounds to nerve damage, permanent scarring, and even death. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a dog bite, please contact The Greene Law Firm for a free consultation.
Dog Owners Responsible For Bite Injuries
Kentucky has enacted laws to protect people from dog bite attacks and holds the dog’s owner responsible for the damage caused during a dog attack. Our experienced dog bite attorneys may be able to hold the dog owners responsible for you or your loved one’s medical bills, injuries, lost wages, and other damages. The following injuries can occur during a dog bite or dog attack:
- Serious injury from puncture wounds
- Facial scarring – jagged wounds from the dogs teeth which result in large and unsightly scars
- Wrongful death
- Children’s injuries
If you have been attacked by a dog or other animal, contact us as soon as possible. The sooner you call us at The Greene Law Firm, the sooner we can track down the owner and get you the compensation you deserve.
If You Have Been Bitten
If you have been bitten by a dog or other animal, here are some additional steps that will help:
- Seek medical attention and have the doctor document each and every injury as soon as possible.
- Write down the names, addresses, phone numbers and other information of any and all witnesses.
- Notify the police and file a police report and request a copy.
- Take photographs of the dog, where the attack occurred, the dog owner, and your injuries. With your injuries, be sure to continue photographing our wounds as your scars heal.
- Call our firm at 502-430-0467 to discuss the attack and your options.
- Do not sign any papers or accept any insurance settlement without first contacting a lawyer.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a dog bite or dog attack, please contact our Louisville, Kentucky office today to discuss your needs by calling 502-430-0467 or using our online form. We offer a free initial consultation, including home or hospital visits for the severely injured.