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Kissimmee Dog Bites

Dog bites are one of the most frightening and painful injuries a person can experience. While most dogs have a good temperament, serious accidents can happen when owners in Kissimmee do not take responsibility for the training of their pet, resulting in permanent injury, scarring, or even death.

Neglectful training or failure to leash a dog are among the most common causes of dog bite injuries in Kissimmee. Some owners will even promote aggressive behavior in the dogs, putting those in their community at risk.

An estimated 4.5 million dog bite attacks happen each year in our country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and children are disproportionately at risk of being injured by a dog bite.

If you or someone you love has been bitten by a dog, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Fill out our free, no-risk case evaluation form to learn how our attorneys in Kissimmee may be able to help.

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  • Florida’s Dog Bite Law

    No one should have to go through a dog bite but fortunately, there are some legal protections for victims in Florida. According to Florida’s dog bite law, dog owners are liable whenever their dog attacks a person on public property. Liability may be reduced only if the victim’s careless conduct contributed to the attack, such as a person provoking or teasing the dog before the attack.

    A dog owner may also not be held liable if they prominently display a warning sign about a troublesome attack dog on the premises, unless the victim is a child under the age of six.

  • Osceola County’s Leash Law

    Each county in Florida has its own laws regarding dogs and leashes. In Osceola County, dog owners are prohibited from letting their dog wander around a public property without a leash. On private properties, a dog owner must get permission from the property owner before allowing their dog off leash.

  • Common Dog Bite Injuries

    Some of the most common injuries one can get from a dog bite include:

    • Puncture wounds
    • Blood loss
    • Infection (such as Rabies, Pasteurella, or Streptococcus)
    • Nerve damage
    • Disfigurement and scars
    • Broken bones
    • Mental anguish

    In worst case scenarios, permanent disability or death can result from a dog attack.

  • What to do After a Dog Bite

    After a dog bite, you will want to do everything you can to preserve a legal claim against the dog owner. If you are attacked by a dog in Kissimmee, make sure to follow these steps:

    Visit the Doctor: Seek medical attention immediately if you are attacked by a dog. Beyond treating serious injuries such as broken or crushed bones and lacerations, your doctor will be able to administer antibiotics or medication if the wound is infected.

    Notify the police: A dog that bites can be dangerous and should be quarantined to determine if it has previously attacked people or if it has rabies. If the dog that attacked you was an unfamiliar dog, tell the authorities where you saw the dog and what it looked like.

    Gather Evidence: Take photos of your injuries, the location you were bitten, and the dog that bit you if possible. This process will both help you to identify the pet owner for purposes of liability and ensure that the dog does not have rabies.

    Contact an Attorney: Speak to an experienced dog bite attorney in Kissimmee as soon as possible to see if you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries following a dog attack.

  • How Our Attorneys May be Able to Help

    Although past victories don't guarantee future results, our dog bite attorneys in Kissimmee have a proven track record of success handling dog bite cases. We will fight to try and get you the compensation you need and deserve following a traumatic dog attack. We have extensive experience proving liability on the part of the dog owner by collecting evidence, witness testimonies, and medical records.

    If you or someone you love has been bitten by a dog, we may be able to help. Fill out our free, no-risk case evaluation form today to see if you could be eligible for compensation.

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