We tend to think of dogs as being safe household pets. However, dogs can and do attack. When they do, their bites often result in serious injuries. "Aggressive dog breeds" such as rottweilers, German shepherds and pit bulls are most commonly associated with attacks, but a new study from the UK shows a different dog breed leading the pack.
According to research statistics from Animal Friends insurers, Labradors are responsible for more personal injury claims than any other breed, and postal workers endured the brunt of the attacks. Labradors caused injuries ranging from minor to severe, including:
Injuries such as these can require significant treatment and medical attention. You may need to undergo serious procedures similar to those of the postal workers observed in the study, including:
If you or a loved one has been attacked by a Labrador, or any other dog breed, you deserve justice. That's where Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers come in. The medical treatments associated with dog bites can put a financial burden on your shoulders, but we can help fight for compensation to cover expenses, including:
Our experienced personal injury lawyers will fight for your rights, and for the compensation you deserve, so that you can focus on your recovery.
If you would like to discuss your dog bite case with our personal injury attorneys, give our office a call at 905-522-9799 to schedule your initial consultation. We proudly serve clients from Hamilton, Brantford, Burlington and the surrounding Ontario communities.
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