Summer celebrations often involve parties with people and music and even fireworks. Everyone loves a good fireworks display. Everyone, that is, but the family dog.
If you are hosting a party or celebration and your dog gets upset and bites a guest, you may have a problem on your hands. If you are the guest in a home of someone with a dog that attacks, you have a right to sue for compensation for your medical treatment and other suffering.
Dog bites occur more often than most people realize, and often a calm dog will be set off by loud noises or fireworks.
In Oregon, over the 4th of July holiday, a bulldog attacked an 11 month old boy who died from the injuries he received in the attack. The dog, normally a docile animal according to his owners, snapped when a neighborhood fireworks display began.
If you are the victim of a dog bite, you don’t have to suffer financially. We can help. Contact David Van Sant, a personal injury lawyer in Georgia, for assistance in pursuing the justice you deserve.