Animal owners have a responsibility to keep their dogs and animals under control–but that doesn’t always happen. Unfortunately, about 4.5 million people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs each year. And victims can face severe physical pain and life-altering psychological consequences.
If you’ve been bitten by a dog or animal that was not properly trained or controlled, you have the right to fair compensation for your pain and suffering. At Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers, we don’t think you should have to pay for an animal owner’s negligence. We know the law, and our Louisville animal bite lawyers will fight to hold the animal owner responsible for your injuries. Give us a call at (502) 785-3822 or fill out a free initial consultation form to get started.
Dog Bite Complications
Dog bite injuries can cause serious health complications, such as:
- Severe bleeding
- Nerve damage
- Emotional trauma
If you or a loved one were bitten by a dog, you could be facing stacks of medical bills, scarring disfigurement, or the inability to work. Our team at Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers is determined to help you get fair compensation for your lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering while you or your loved one recovers.
Kentucky Dog Bite Laws
Kentucky is a “strict liability” state, which means dog owners are held legally responsible for any type of injury or damage a dog might cause to a person or property. Owners are expected to control their animal at all times, regardless of if the dog has prior history of aggression.
We Want to Help
You shouldn’t have to pay for an injury that wasn’t your fault. At Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers, we’re determined to help you get the fair compensation you need to cover medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
We want to help you and your loved ones move forward after your injury. And with our No Fee Guarantee®, you don’t pay a dime unless we win your case.* We’re available 24/7– just dial (502) 785-3822 or fill out a free initial consultation form
* In accordance with KBA regulations, we must inform you that case and court costs may be the responsibility of the client.