Dog Owners Need To Be Accountable For Injuries

The first thing you should do if you are bitten by an animal is to seek medical attention immediately. If you are not treated, an animal bite can cause serious injury and infection, as well as risk of scarring or disfigurement. Florida has a strict liability dog bite law. This means that a dog owner is legally responsible ("liable") for a dog bite, regardless of whether the owner did anything wrong with respect to protecting others from attack.

Dog bite victims in the United States number in the millions every year, and victims are bitten in the face more than any other location — largely because most victims are small children, many of whom end up in the emergency room. People who fail to properly train and restrain their pets must be held accountable.

If you or your child has been injured in a dog attack in the Tampa Bay area, the attorneys at Culpepper Kurland can help.

We offer a free consultation to discuss your legal rights and options. To contact our firm, call 813-217-5647 or contact us toll free at 866-500-6107.

How We Can Help

Your choice of attorney will play a significant role in the outcome of your case. If you have suffered an injury as a result of a dog bite, you want an attorney with the knowledge and experience to effectively manage your case.

At Culpepper Kurland, we pursue maximum compensation on behalf of dog bite victims. We understand that dog attacks can be terrifying. People who have suffered a dog attack often deal with significant fear and distress in addition to physical injury.

Contact Our Firm Today

If you have suffered a dog bite injury and need a personal injury lawyer who will seek maximum recovery on your behalf, we encourage you to contact an attorney at our firm. Call our Tampa law office toll free at 866-500-6107 or contact us by email.