Millions of households across the country are homes to at least one canine family member. Dogs provide countless pet owners with unconditional love, companionship, and loyalty. 

That said, depending on the dog’s breed and disposition, even the most beloved pet could seriously harm people by biting, mauling, or otherwise attacking them. A dog’s behaviour can be unpredictable. Even if a dog has never displayed any kind of aggressive or violent behaviour towards humans, they could very well attack an unsuspecting person, and cause them to sustain serious physical and psychological injuries. 

Each year, hundreds of Canada Post employees sustain serious injuries during violent encounters with other people’s dogs. Dogs have also been known to bite children, neighbours, friends, passersby, and other visitors to a dog owner’s home. If a dog’s owner fails to take appropriate preventative measures to ensure that their guests are protected from their potentially aggressive pet, their negligence could have serious, long-lasting impacts on another person’s life.

After surviving a violent encounter with an aggressive dog, injured attack victims could develop a number of prolonged psychological issues, including permanent phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sleep disorders, and more. On top of that, victims of dog attacks could also contract physical infections as the result of being bitten. When dogs bite humans, they could transmit potentially life-threatening diseases, including:

  • Rabies
  • Tetanus
  • Endocarditis
  • Sepsis
  • Meningitis
  • And possibly more

Furthermore, victims of dog attacks often sustain gruesome injuries as a result of their attack. These injuries often include:

  • Physical disfigurement
  • Scarring
  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Muscular damage
  • Soft tissue damage
  • Sprains and strains
  • And more

After contracting serious infections, sustaining severe physical injuries, and developing debilitating psychological issues, the injured victims of dog attacks often incur significant financial losses. When a pet owner fails to take necessary measures to ensure their dog does not cause another person any harm, they may be responsible for financially compensating the people who were injured in an aggressive encounter with their pet. 

If you were bitten by someone else’s pet and sustained compensable injuries as a result, our dog bite lawyers serving Sackville may be able to provide you with crucial legal assistance. Even if a dog owner’s pet had no history of violent behaviour and displayed no signs of outward aggression in the past, they may be considered liable for damages incurred by injured attack victims. That is why, if you were injured in a dog attack, our Sackville dog bite lawyers may be able to help you pursue a civil claim against the negligent pet owner whose failure to prevent an attack caused you to sustain injuries.

To learn more about how Preszler Injury Lawyers may be able to help with your case, contact our dog bite lawyers serving Sackville today and receive a free initial consultation.

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Nobody expects to be bitten by a dog owned by a friend, neighbour, family member, or other community member. When dogs lash out at humans and cause them to sustain compensable injuries, it can be difficult to know which course of action to take next. Our Sackville dog bite lawyers believe that no one should be forced to endure physical difficulties, psychological challenges, or financial hardship because of someone else’s failure to control their pet.

To review the circumstances of your case and learn if you might be entitled to financial compensation for the injuries you sustained after being bitten by someone else’s dog, take advantage of your free initial consultation with our dog bite lawyers serving Sackville by contacting Preszler Injury Lawyers today.


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