Dog Bite Injuries
Under Texas state law, a dog owner is liable for injuries that result from an attack or bite by his or her dog. In general, the victim can sue for three types of attacks or bites.
- if a dog has previously bitten someone
- if an attack occurred in a public place where the dog was allowed to run free, or
- if a dog owner failed to control his or her dog
At the Law Offices of Jason Khattar, we work with medical experts and financial analysts in determining the scope and financial impacts of clients’ dog bite injuries.
We interview witnesses, investigate holding pens and fences, and identify negligence on the part of dog owners. We consider costs associated with reconstructive surgery, emergency room treatment, emotional trauma, and lost wages.
Dog owners may be liable for all injuries and costs associated with their attacking pets. If you’ve been bitten, or your child has been attacked, contact a dog bite attorney at the Law Offices of Jason Khattar for a free consultation.
Our personal injury lawyers represent victims of dog bites in cases involving the following kinds of injuries:
- Severe lacerations
- Torn ligaments
- Deep muscle injuries
- Disfigurement, scars, scarring
- Bites to the head
- Lost eye(s)
Contact us HERE for a free consultation.