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If you were bitten by a Dog in Georgia or South Carolina, we can provide expert legal help.

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Owning a dog can be a rewarding experience

Dogs are known to decrease stress levels, increase immunity, provide a sense of emotional well-being, along with many more benefits.  But the best thing a dog offers is unconditional love. For many families, their dog is a loved member of the family.

But, what happens when another person's dog bites you?  

If you were bitten by a dog in Georgia or South Carolina due to negligence, you may not realize that you have the right to compensation for your injuries, medical costs, and damages.   The Brown Firm has experienced attorneys to help you.

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Dog bites are not uncommon.  Over 4.7 million Americans are bitten every year, with half of them being children between ages 5-9. 

About 20% of all dog bites need medical attention. 

Here are a few ways to prevent a dog bite: 

  1. Always ask for permission before petting an unknown dog
  2. Don't panic or run from a dog
  3. Don't mess with a dog that is eating or caring for puppies
  4. Don't allow small children to play unsupervised with a dog
  5. Avoid direct eye contact with a dog you don't know

Although it is important to try to prevent dog bites, sometimes a dog will feel threatened even though the person did not intentionally mean to.  You should know your rights as a dog bite victim. 

Contact our Top Dog Bite Injury Lawyers; we are experienced and will help get you the compensation you deserve while you heal from your dog bite injury.

 

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If you or your child was bit by a dog, there are important steps you should take immediately to prevent infection, which is the number one concern.

1. Press the would gently to make it bleed to get some of the bacteria out

2. Wash the wound

3. Slow the bleeding

4. Apply antibiotic cream

5. Wrap the wound

6. Change the bandage several times a day

7. Watch for signs of infection

 

If you are not the owner of the dog, there are important other steps you should take after caring for the wound including to see if the dog has been vaccinated for rabies.  Your health care professional will want to know this and may give you a vaccine against it as well as a Tetanus booster.

Also to help your dog bite injury case we suggest you try to gather the following information from any witnesses and the owner of the dog:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Photos of the area or attack 
  • Photos of the injury

The experienced attorneys at The Brown Firm will use this information to help your case. 

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Our Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers in Georgia and South Carolina will manage all legal case procedures including:

  • Filing a Personal Injury Claim
  • Sorting out Insurance payments
  • Appellate advocacy if a judgment is appealed
  • Recovering deserved damages
  • Handling all communications with insurance companies and medical providers, and more

From the time a dog bite victim retains us, our attorneys work hard to get the compensation deserved for medical bills as well as for the pain and suffering while healing after the dog attack. 

The Brown Firm has a team of specialists and experts, who are experienced in retrieving evidence from the scene and securing witness statements to build a strong case in recovering the highest settlement possible and a favorable outcome for our clients. 

Contact our top Dog Bite Injury Attorneys today to get the compensation and justice you deserve. We have Law offices in Georgia in Atlanta, Savannah, and Athens as well as an office in Okatie, SC to assist you with your Dog Bite Injury Lawsuit.

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What Makes The Brown Firm Different 

Chiropractor And Lawyer

Harry understands client injuries like only a treating medical provider can. This experience has provided him with first-hand knowledge in effective case evaluation and handling of personal injury claims.

Customer Service

Our superior customer service is backed by a staff that truly cares about you, and an attorney who has the gratitude, understanding and compassion for your specific circumstances.

It is this unique customer service approach that sets us apart from other Personal Injury firms

Risk-Free, we don't get paid unless you get paid! 

That's right! Call today, we offer a free consultation and work on a Contingency Fee Basis! This means we represent clients at no charge unless they win their case.
Once we win the Lawsuit for our client, we then take a small percentage of the settlement amount for our legal fees. 
So, calling is RISK FREE! 

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The Brown Firm is truly amazing and I have nothing but RESPECT for them all. I've never been in an accident so I didn't know where to have my expectations, Peter was awesome and reassure me that we had a winning case. When you have a team of attorneys who is working to make sure you get everything you deserve that is beyond fantastic. I am truly blessed to have had The Brown Firm representing me in my case. I recommended everyone to call them, you won't be disappointed I promise you that.

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There are no words that can truly express our gratitude to the Brown Firm for guiding and exceeding our expectations in 4 Accident cases. Mr. Harry Brown personally took the time to call me, discuss strategy, confirmed my comfort on every level and extended his personal cell phone number. In all cases Mr. Brown and his team was able to secure my family with a higher settlement than anticipated. They were professional and assertive in their approach. I would highly recommend the Brown Firm to anyone in need of legal guidance with an accident.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dog Bite Cases

 How much does a dog bite injury lawyer cost?

Hiring a Dog Bite Injury Attorney will not cost you any upfront legal fees, because they work on what is called a Contingency Fee Basis, and also provide a Free Consultation.

A Contingency Fee Basis means that you do not pay any legal fees upfront, and your attorneys only collect a fee in the form of a small percentage of your final settlement.

Working on a Contingency Fee Basis is very beneficial to Dog Bite Injury Victims because they can rest assured knowing that their attorney will do everything in their power to maximize their settlement for them.

 How Long Will it Take to Get my Settlement?

Dog Bite Injuries can vary a great deal when it comes to the length of time it will take to settle. 

First, it depends on how soon after your accident you speak to an attorney and how long it takes to file your claim.

Second, the seriousness of the accident and the extent of the injuries can cause the length of time to vary. Also, if you would need to go to court, it will extend the length of time before you would receive a settlement. 

If I Hire a Dog Bite Attorney, Will I Have to Go to Trial?

Usually, you will not need to go to trial during your Dog Bite Injury Lawsuit. Most of the time, a settlement will be reached between your attorney and the at-fault party's insurance company. However, your attorney will discuss with you what the best option is for you to receive the largest settlement possible, and occasionally that can mean going to trial.

What Are The Best Ways to Avoid a Dog Bite?

Here are a few ways to prevent a dog bite: 

  1. Always ask for permission before petting an unknown dog
  2. Don't panic or run from a dog
  3. Don't mess with a dog that is eating or caring for puppies
  4. Don't allow small children to play unsupervised with a dog
  5. Avoid direct eye contact with a dog you don't know