Looking for A Skilled and Diligent Dog Bite Attorney in Lucas County?

Posted on December 25,2018 by lawrzwp

Dogs have been referred to as “man’s best friend.” The four-legged animals are loyal, loving and in many cases, obedient. However, a dog can become an angry, vicious, and even deadly without warning.

If you’re the victim of a dog bite, your first line of defense is to seek medical attention; your second is to contact Lucas County’s most skilled, experienced, and compassionate dog bite accident attorneys, Rubin & Zyndorf.

Dog Bites & You

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “From 1979 through 1994, attacks by dogs resulted in 279 deaths of humans in the United States. Such attacks have prompted a widespread review of existing local and state dangerous-dog laws, including proposals for adoption of breed-specific restrictions to prevent such episodes.” More recently, The Canine Journal reported that as of 2017, “The U.S. population is approximately 325.7 million people… [meaning] that a dog bites 1 out of every 69 people.”

In Ohio, dog bites are common as evidenced in a July 2018 Cincinnati.com report: “A 12-year-old boy is mauled by a pit bull and his mother says it could have been prevented.  Cooper Benjamin, 12, of Georgetown was attacked so severely on Thursday, he was flown to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center by medical helicopter. The attack happened at his friend’s house on Green Acres Drive.”

As a victim of a dog bite, you can face physical pain, facial deformations, broken limbs and bones, and more physical ailments. Dog bite victims have an array of vaccinations that must be administered as well as required medications to ensure optimum health. Physical pain coupled with the supplements required to recover are costly and demanding. Lucas County’s law specialists at Rubin & Zyndorf understand this and want to help you now.

Why Contact Rubin & Zyndorf About Your Dog Bite Accident Case?

Rubin & Zyndorf a family-owned law firm with over 50 years of combined injury law experience that’s helped clients settle over $100 million in injury claims. When you discuss your dog bite accident with Lucas County’s Rubin & Zyndorf law firm, you’re discussing your case with caring and compassionate attorneys with extensive experience in Ohio injury law.

So, for a dog bite accident attorney team with the relentlessness and tenacity to fight for your rights and the compensation you deserve, contact Lucas County’s Rubin & Zyndorf law firm today and begin with a free case evaluation!