Connecticut Child Dog Bite Injury Claims
If your child has been attacked by a dog in CT and has been severely injured you will have a number of very important questions that require immediate answers. What should you be doing? What types of doctors should you be seeing? Who is going to pay your child’s medical bills? Who is responsible for all of this? How is liability determined? Did the dog have the bite someone before in order for you to collect money damages? What if your child went on to the property of another where they were bitten by a dog, do you still have a case? Suppose the owner of the dog does not have any insurance can you collect money damages from a third party? Who is going to pay your lost wages because you have to spend time with your injured child? What is going to be done with the dog? Has the dog had its rabies shots? And many other very probing, very difficult and very understandable questions that you need to get answered.
If your loved one has been seriously injured as a result of a Connecticut child dog bite attack then these injuries might require the services of any one or more of the following types of doctors or health care specialists: an emergency room doctor; a trauma specialist; an orthopedic surgeon; a neurologist; a plastic or reconstructive surgeon; an infectious disease specialist; an ophthalmologist; a psychologist or psychiatrist; an occupational therapist; a physical therapist or chiropractor; a rehabilitative care specialist; a hematologist; and any one of a number number of other types of specialists who can assist your child in getting better as quickly as possible. What Dr. should you be seeing? Who is going to be in charge of your child’s medical care? What should you be telling each doctor? Who is going to assist you with all of the medical help which your child needs?
There are also a number of steps which you should take immediately after a Connecticut child dog bite attack. The police or local dog warden should be contacted so that the case is properly investigated, the dog is quarantined, photographs are taken, witnesses are interviewed, and a report is generated. If your child has been injured in any way as a result of this dog bite, or if your child’s skin has been pierced by the dog, then you should make arrangements to make sure your child gets immediate medical attention which, in most cases, will take place in the local hospital emergency room. It is important that you take these basic steps immediately. You should also then contact an experienced CT dog bite injury lawyer so you can find out what you need to be doing and what you should not be doing.
Our experienced Connecticut child dog bite injury attorneys and animal attack attorneys provide valuable free information to dog bite injury victims to assist them in determining how they would like to proceed with their serious Connecticut child dog bite injury case. Please visit our website at www.HCWLAW.com and read our articles, view our videos, and download a free copy of our comprehensive book “The Crash Course on Dog Bite Claims in Connecticut.” These valuable free resources will advise you as to what you need to be doing and how you can help your Connecticut child dog bite injury lawyer get you more money for your case.
If you would like more immediate answers to your questions, please contact our experienced CT dog bite injury attorneys at 888-244-5480 and get your questions answered over the telephone. You can also schedule a free, no obligation, consultation with one of our experienced Connecticut child dog bite injury lawyers where we will be happy to meet with you to discuss the facts of your child’s case and to specifically advise you as to what you need to be doing. Our experienced Conn dog bite attack lawyers take these cases on a contingency fee basis and advance the cost to properly develop your child’s case. If there is no recovery, then you will owe no legal fees and no costs. We take all of the financial risk so you can concentrate on your child’s medical care and attention.
Do not wait until it’s too late. So before you hire a lawyer, speak to an insurance adjuster or sign any paperwork contact one of our experienced Connecticut dog bite injury lawyers to get your rights explained to you.