Talladega Dog Bite Attorneys
As with most American cities, Talladega citizens enjoy time with “man’s best friend.” Boasting a plethora of outdoor activities that Talladega citizens can enjoy with their dogs, the city is also located near many parks and activities in surrounding cities. This includes several large dog parks in close by cities. Talladega itself, the county seat of Talladega County is home to about 16,000 citizens and is about 50 miles east of Birmingham.
The city’s largest draw and largest NASCAR track, the Talladega National Speedway, is surprisingly dog friendly. Many NASCAR raceways, including ‘Dega,’ offer pet friendly infield tents and RV camping on-site, so fans and their furry friends can be in the center of the action. Additionally, the Talladega National Forest, which encompasses 37,000 acres, is located partially in Talladega and also welcomes leashed dogs.
Any large event or space where dogs are present has an inherent risk of dog bites and attacks. If dogs are present, always check to see if the dog is on a leash or otherwise restrained in some way. This is especially so at Talladega National Speedway if large groups of people are around. If you’re a dog owner and take your dog out to parks, restaurants and to the Talladega National Speedway, you have responsibilities to restrain your dog in order to prevent an attack or bite. Be sure to train your own dog if you intend to take them out in public or around the neighborhood. Loud noises and crowds can cause dogs to become anxious and possibly exhibit aggressive behavior.
If you or someone you love has been bitten in Talladega, Talladega County, or at the Talladega National Speedway, be sure to call the skilled Talladega dog bite attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. You may be entitled to monetary compensation for injuries sustained from a dog bite, which includes money for lost wages, medical bills, emotional distress, pain and suffering, permanent scarring and more. Dog bite victims often suffer from emotional trauma due to the violent nature of the event and are afraid to be around dogs for years, if not the rest of the person’s life. Call us for a free and confidential consultation at 844.LAW.TALK or 205.324.3600 or online here.Our Lawyers are Here for You
Being attacked or bitten by a dog is overall a traumatic experience. Such an event can leave physical scarring, as well as take an emotional toll on the victim. For this reason, you should contact the skilled Talladega dog bite attorneys at Hollis Wright to handle your claim while you recover from your injuries. The attorneys at our firm have represented many dog bite victims throughout the years and are more than willing to help you through your difficult time. Remember, we don’t get paid unless we recover money for you. Call us for a free and confidential consultation at 844.LAW.TALK or 205.324.3600 or online here.Dog Bite 101
Dog bites are considered a serious health risk in the U.S. Some 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year in the U.S., with a staggering 800,000 of those incidents needing medical attention. Sadly, half of those bitten are children. A few dog bite facts:
- About 1 in 5 people bitten by dogs require medical attention.
- Children are the most common victims and are far more likely to sustain serious injuries.
- Most dog bites affecting young children occur in the home while the child is interacting with the dog.
- Any dog can bite: big or small, male or female, young or old. Even the sweetest, most well- trained dog can bite if provoked or not feeling well.
- Many dog bites are preventable. Be sure to socialize and train your dog from a young age
If you or someone you love has sustained a dog bite in Talladega or its surrounding areas, call the skilled Talladega dog bite attorneys as soon as possible after you’ve received medical attention.
Let us handle the insurance company and the dog owner while you heal from your injuries. Contact us at 844.LAW.TALK or 205.324.3600 or contact us here.