Were You Bitten by a Dog in Johnson County?

Speak to Our Olathe Dog Bite Attorney

Animal attacks of any kind are terrifying to experience, but they are much harder to handle when you know that the animal should have been restrained by an owner. In almost all cases, dog bites could have been prevented if the owner had not been negligent in properly handling, raising, or training the animal, which is why they should be found liable for any personal injury resulting from an attack.


If you have been hurt due to an uncontrolled animal, call the offices of Martin & Wallentine, LLC at 913.232.2518 today to speak with a skilled Olathe dog bite attorney.


Damages Caused by Dog Bites

Dog bites have been known to cause serious medical conditions. When a bite is deep or difficult to clean, or if the animal is carrying a disease or harmful bacteria, infections are a real possibility. A common example is staph infection, which results from bacteria that is found on the skin of the victim entering the wound and the blood stream. Pasteurellosis is possible as well and is a fast-moving infection, though it is more common in cat bites. As for rabies, which is the disease that most people associate with dog bites, it is not very common unless the dog is feral and shows signs of having already been infected.

Regardless of the extent of your injuries, our Johnson County personal injury lawyers may be able to win you recoveries that include monies for:

  • Medical bills
  • Rehabilitation fees
  • Emotional trauma
  • Punishment against the negligent owner

The Time for Action is Now – Schedule Your Consultation Today!

If you have been bitten by a dog, be sure to hold the owner accountable for your medical treatment and emotional distress. Even if you do not believe that you are infected, the wound could be severe and require expensive medical care. Contact Martin & Wallentine, LLC today for skilled representation. With our help, you could obtain maximum compensation for your injury. Call today for a free case evaluation!

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