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What Can I Do If a Dog Bites Me?

Jul 22, 2020 | Video

Dog bites are not unusual and can happen to anyone. In the United States, there are approximately 800,000 dog bites each year. Furthermore, 334,000 are severe enough to warrant treatment in a hospital. What can you do if a dog bites you?

 

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If a property owner failed to provide a “standard level of care” and you or someone you love was...

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Dog bites are not unusual and can happen to anyone. In the United States, there are approximately...

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