Steps To Take To Prevent Injury After A Connecticut Dog Bite Injury

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017 by | Posted In: Hospital Negligence, Medical Malpractice
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Being bitten by a dog can be a scary thing.  Some animals are very unpredictable and through no fault of your own can get aggressive towards you and ultimately bite you causing significant Connecticut dog bite injuries.

According to the Connecticut Humane Society there are a number of things you can do to prevent being bitten by a dog, but should an injury occur there are steps you need to take to protect yourself from further injury and avoid any long term effects from the dog bite.

After being bitten you should:

Left untreated and unreported dog bites can affect your long term health (both physical and mental) and potentially that of your neighbors.  It is important to be proactive after you’ve been bitten and take the necessary steps to avoid these long term impacts. Our team of experienced Connecticut attorneys can help you navigate the claims process.

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