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When An Animal Bites

Dog attacks are not limited to certain breeds. Each year, approximately 4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs; almost half of the reported cases involve children ages 5 to 9. And it is not just dogs that attack; horses and other animals have been known to cause serious injuries.

If you or a child suffers a serious dog bite injury, you need to speak with an experienced lawyer who can evaluate available remedies. You also need to know that these injuries can be difficult to treat and may require multiple surgeries.

At The Law Office of Brian R. Toung, P.A., our founding attorney has been fighting for injured clients in Daytona Beach and across Florida since 1983. You will receive experienced and candid legal counsel from a board-certified trial attorney who understands this type of injury.

Call 386-492-0022 locally or 800-365-8063 toll free for a free initial consultation to discuss what happened with Brian.

Attacked By A Dog?

Animal bites can be worse when trying to avoid a bite by running away or trying to protect your face with your arms and hands. And the consequences of a bite can be life-altering, especially for children. Injuries can include:

  • Crush injuries, leading to complex fractures
  • Infections, which, if not treated properly, can cause severe damage
  • Lacerations on the face or hands and associated scarring that requires reconstructive surgery

The animal's owner is liable for the harm caused in most situations. But how much insurance coverage is available and how do you bring a personal injury claim? The facts of each case are different; Brian can provide individualized legal counsel after learning what happened.

Get Legal Help Right Away

Brian R. Toung will fight hard to reach the best possible outcome in your case. These cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay unless we recover on your behalf.

Set up your free initial consultation by calling 386-492-0022/ toll free 800-365-8063 or sending us a message online.