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Accident Claims Helpline - Dog attacks

13th September 2010
By Accident Claims Helpline in Accident claims
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Dogs can be loving and caring pets, they are often referred to as 'mans best friend'. But dogs can also be vicious and dangerous. On many occasions they have been known to attack people completely unprovoked and without warning. The NHS deal with 3,800 dog bite attacks every single year.

Dog attacks can vary from a small dog bite requiring cleaning and maybe even stitches to a large bite need surgical repairing, it is common for someone to be referred to hospital numerous times after a dog attack.

After a dog attack you can be left shaken and scarred mentally and physically. You may be very badly injured and require medical treatment. You may even have to take time off work. You may be scared and looking for someone to blame.

With vicious dog attacks increasingly in the news, compensation claims are increasing too, dog walkers, private owners, local councils, security guards, or anyone with dogs on their premises or under their control are under pressure to bring Public Liability Insurance on to their books, to safeguard against compensation claims.

If you have been bitten, knocked into, knocked over, or hurt in any way by a dog and you wish to seek legal advice and make a claim it can be a complex and difficult situation, the help, assistance and guidance of a personal injury consultant can make it as easy and stress free as possible.

Well, with the help and guidance from specialist personal injury consultants you can make a claim for compensation. Personal injury compensation specialists have a team of specialist solicitors that deal with various animal attacks. They are highly regarded solicitors and they work hard to help you win 100% of the compensation.

No matter how minor you injuries after a dog attack you deserve compensation to help you get your life back on track.
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