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The American Veterinary Medical Association reports that an average of 4.5 million people suffer dog bite injuries per year. Twenty percent of those victims must receive medical attention. While most wounds heal, the physical and emotional effects of the incident tend to be long-term. In severe cases, permanent scarring can occur, leaving victims with mobility issues, amputation, full or partial paralysis. The germs in a dog’s mouth can develop infections or diseases such as sepsis, a common concern for many dog bite victims. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that rabies, a disease infecting the central nervous system, commonly results from dog attack injuries. This disease can be deadly, particularly if left untreated.

Because the severity of a dog bite injury is not always manifested right away, the statute of limitations requires an injured dog bite victim to file a lawsuit in the Florida Civil Court System within four years of the date of the incident. Passing the deadline will likely result in a denied claim.

Our purpose is to connect you with medical and legal help in our network to ensure the safest means of treatment possible while your attorney handles the legal aspect, so you can focus on healing and recovery. Medical issues are extremely stressful, so removing the burden of having to deal with legal issues is one less thing for you to worry about.

The post-accident process is an extremely intricate, frustrating situation that thousands of Floridians go through every year. Handling such a claim on your own can be extremely overwhelming, which is why our network of personal injury attorneys and medical centers take care of everything from A to Z in order to give you peace of mind.

Why should you have to pay the price for something you have no control over?