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Common Areas for Dog Bites Injuries and Tips to Prevent a Bite (Infographic)

Dogs are such beloved creatures. They’re often considered as a member of the family, and people turn to them for companionship, comfort, and protection. However, man’s best friend also has a dark side.

Over 90 million dogs are given a home in the United States alone. While most of these dogs have peaceful relationships with their owners, they may become aggressive and bite another person.

Each day, about 1,000 Americans are sent to emergency rooms due to dog bite injuries with 9,500 requiring hospitalization annually.

If you’ve been injured from a dog’s bite, our Dog Bite Injury Lawyers in Georgia can help.

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