Dog Bite Injuries:

Ask a New Mexico Dog Bite Victim Lawyer


You've sustained serious injuries from a dog bite. Now what? Here are some of the main questions encountered by Albuquerque dog bite lawyers:

How common are dog bite injuries? There are nearly 80 million dogs in the United States, and it is estimated that nearly two percent of the United States population suffers a dog bite each year. From the perspective of a New Mexico dog bite accident lawyer, these statistics are not surprising. They do, however, spell trouble for the growing number of victims.

Contact an Albuquerque Dog Bite Lawyer at 505-242-1950 to schedule a free initial consultation today.

What kind of damage can a dog bite accident cause? In addition to the pain and psychological trauma of a dog bite, dog bites can cause serious injuries and, in some cases, death. Puncture wounds, infections, torn tendons and ligaments, broken bones, and disfiguration are all caused by dog bites.

What are the financial consequences of a dog bite? The Insurance Information Institute estimates that in the year 2002 alone, dog bites cost insurance companies nearly $350 million. This is not counting the costs of time off work sustained by dog bite victims. John F. Robbenhaar, a New Mexico dog bite victim lawyer, knows that the financial costs can also be accompanied by physical and psychological costs and will fight to get you the compensation to which you are legally entitled.

Do I need a New Mexico dog bite accident lawyer? Simply put: yes! Dog bites can get into complex areas of the law involving negligence and responsibility. The right attorney can evaluate your claim and get you the help you need, even garnering financial compensation for your dog bite injury.

When selecting among Albuquerque dog bite lawyers, look for the most qualified. Call John F. Robbenhaar today. He is known throughout New Mexico as a fair, professional and experienced lawyer. Call 505-242-1950 now for a free, confidential case consultation . We can't guarantee the results of your case, but we can evaluate your dog bite accident claim and help you get the assistance you need.