Dog Bites

Dog bite cases are usually serious in nature. Victims can suffer serious trauma and serious injuries that can leave victims physically and mentally scarred for life. These cases often have a serious impact on younger children.

Dog owners have a responsibility to keep pets under control and restrained around other people. Dog bite statutes in Connecticut make owners or keepers liable for damage or injury a dog causes to a person or property in most situations. The strict liability statute does not require proving the dog owner or keeper knew a dog was otherwise negligent. There are also other circumstances other parties could be held liable. The aftermath of a dog bite injury can lead to some of the following medical treatments.

  • Surgical intervention
  • Cosmetic reconstruction
  • Psychiatric care
  • Amputation
  • Rehabilitation Services
  • Therapy
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