Tucson Dog Bites and Animal Attacks Lawyer


Dog bites are common personal injury occurrences in the United States. In fact, statistics show that there are over 4 million people who get attacked by dogs annually. Since dog bites happen often, you should be aware of the proper actions to take if you or a family member get bitten by a dog. Your primary goal should be to get the proper care and protection in this matter.

Dog bites are capable of inflicting deep cuts and lacerations, puncture wounds, crushing injuries, and can result in the transmission of serious diseases like rabies. Therefore, it is extremely important that you seek out prompt medical attention as soon as possible following your dog bite attack. If there is a fear that you may have contracted rabies, your treating physician will want to begin treatment for this disease quickly. If you suffered disfiguring injuries, prompt medical attention can also play a role in reducing the severity of scarring and/or disfigurement.

After a Dog Bite or Animal Attack

In order to protect your legal and health interests, the following steps are advised to be taken:

Notify/Identify Owner

The dog's owner needs to be made aware of the incident promptly. When contacting the owner, the victim of the attack should get as much contact information as possible. If extensive medical procedures and compensation are needed, the owner may be liable.

Report Incident to the Police

Dog bites should be reported to the police regardless of whether you plan to seek compensation from the owner. In some cases, owners may be arrested if there was not a warning sign or the owner trained the dog to be vicious. It is a good idea to get a police report as documentation of the incident in case you decide to seek legal counsel.

Get Immediate Medical Assistance

The size of the bite should not be a factor in deciding whether to get medical assistance. A doctor is able to make determinations about rabies shots, cosmetic surgery, and wound treatment. You should seek medical treatment without delay.

Consult A Reputable Attorney

Although your friends may have ideas about the legality of your case, only a reputable attorney can advise you on how to proceed. Reputable attorneys, such as the Zinda Law Group personal injury attorneys, can discuss with you the extent to which owners are held liable in your state. Remember to take the police report, medical records, witness names and name of the owner to the consultation.


Our dog bite lawyers have the resources and experience needed to build a strong case for you and to help you seek the compensation you deserve.

At Zinda Law Group, we believe that everybody should have access to the legal representation to help them seek compensation, regardless of how much it may cost. This is why we offer a No Win No Fee Guarantee to all of our clients. This means that if we do not win your case, you pay us nothing.

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