Dog Bites

Thousands of people are injured every year by unrestrained, vicious dogs in Texas. Texas laws regarding dog bites and attacks by other dangerous pets go through changes periodically. Most dogs are allowed "one free bite" in Texas, but after that, the owner is said to have prior knowledge of the animal's dangerous propensities. Accordingly, the animal must be restrained and leash laws must be followed at all times. However, some animals and dog breeds such as Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Dobermans, Akitas and German Shepherds, must always be restrained and are not allowed "one free bite" because of the danger they pose by their vicious nature. If you have been bitten or attacked in any circumstance by any animal, it is important to contact an experienced Texas personal injury lawyer immediately.

At Reed & Terry, L.L.P., we can assess the incident thoroughly and efficiently. Collectively, our attorneys have successfully resolved thousands of personal injury cases in Texas and throughout Fort Bend County in more than 30 years of combined experience. Our Sugar Land law firm regularly represents victims of various animal bites, including dogs, cats, reptiles, snakes and birds.

All of our cases are handled on a contingency fee basis.

Call us 24/7 at 281-201-0988 or toll free at 1-877-543-3523 to schedule a free initial consultation or contact us online. Our professional and thorough staff also speaks Spanish for your convenience.

Katy and Missouri City Dog Bites Attorneys

Animal attacks can cause lacerations, deep cuts, scarring, nerve and muscle damage, fractures, permanent disfigurement and trauma. Even if properly treated, these injuries can sometimes have life-long impacts or even cause disability. With a thorough investigative process and extensive knowledge of personal injury laws we can pursue compensation for losses and damages, including:

  • Medical costs
  • Lost wages
  • Rehabilitation
  • Living expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Long-term care
  • Potential future earnings

Children can be very susceptible to animal attacks, and they can suffer much more devastating injuries. If your child has been injured in an animal attack or simply bitten, we can work with you to seek proper medical care. We can help you to determine how to hold the negligent animal owner responsible for his or her actions and pursue compensation for damages and losses appropriately.

Call us 24/7 at 281-201-0988 or toll free at 1-877-543-3523 to schedule a free initial consultation or contact us online.

Our Katy dog bite lawyers can help you obtain your deserved compensation. We visit hospitals, nursing homes and private residences at your convenience. Call us today to discuss your options.

Our attentive and professional staff includes fluent Spanish speakers.

Written by the Office of Jackson Reed