September 26, 2022

Baltimore Dog Bite Injury Lawyer

According to recent statistics, one out of every six dog bite injuries requires medical care and one out of every fourteen requires emergency care. Unfortunately, dog bite injury victims often have to bear the cost of their own medical treatment. If you have been injured in a Baltimore dog attack, the dog’s owner can be held responsible for the injuries inflicted by his or her pet.

Dog bite injuries can be severe. The majority of dog bite victims suffer long-term psychological damage, such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Long after being injured in an Baltimore dog attack, victims still experience acute fear of another attack. Thus, if you have sustained a dog bite injury, your emotional trauma may return every time you walk down a public sidewalk, jog through a local park, or enter a dog owner’s house. That is why you should contact an experienced Baltimore dog attack lawyer to fully assess both your physical and emotional trauma in order to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.

Proving a dog bite injury case requires prompt action to preserve evidence, take witness statements, and photograph the location of the attack. At the Law Office of Robert Feinberg, P.A., we can send an investigator to the scene of the attack to identify the owner of the dog who attacked you, take statements from witnesses, and ensure that a medical professional examines your injuries. We are an experienced Baltimore dog bite injury law firm who can help you receive full compensation for your injuries. Call the Law Office of Robert Feinberg, P.A. at (410) 576-8888 today for a free consultation regarding your Baltimore injury case.

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The Law Office of Robert Feinberg, P.A. represents accident victims and people charged with felonies and misdemeanors in Baltimore and throughout the state of Maryland. Contact Robert Feinberg, an experienced Baltimore injury lawyer,  today for a free consultation regarding your case. Call (410) 576-8888 to discuss your personal injury or criminal case. As Baltimore criminal defense attorney, I have more than 40 years experience with criminal cases.