Nashville Dog Bite & Animal Attack Lawyers
Mauled By a Vicious Dog? Call Our Firm Immediately!
If you or your child has been mauled in a vicious dog attack, and you have
significant medical bills, you should have an experienced
personal injury lawyer guiding you through the legal process. Many serious animal attacks
require multiple surgeries and ongoing medical treatment. It is wise to
seek the counsel of a knowledgeable attorney who can help you ensure your
future financial compensation.
The Nashville dog bite attorneys at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge understand
that an animal attack can be jarring both physically and emotionally.
Dangerous breeds or large animals can cause devastating, lifelong injuries
to adults and children alike. Our lawyers can listen to the facts of your
situation and educate you on how the law intersects with your dilemma
during a free, no-risk consultation.
Examining the Consequences of Animal Attacks
For the past 30 years, the team at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge has
been representing clients who have suffered the consequences of vicious
dog bites and animal attacks, including:
- Significant scarring
- Serious infection
- Multiple plastic surgeries
- Substantial medical expenses
- Torn muscle
These serious injuries can lead to lifelong scarring, both physically and
Taking the Right Steps After Suffering a Dog Bite Injury
Because of their trusting and playful nature, children are especially vulnerable
to dog bites. Our personal injury attorneys are knowledgeable about Tennessee's
dog bite legislation. We can examine the facts of your situation and properly
advise you regarding your case and the challenges you might face through
litigation. You can trust us to help you make the right decision after
a serious animal attack.
It is not uncommon for individuals to be bitten by a dog and immediately
wish to file a lawsuit. These decisions can be fueled by anger or frustration.
In many circumstances, the injury itself might be superficial and could
better be handled through negotiation with the dog's owner. Whatever
the case may be, it is important that you discuss your options with an
attorney before taking action.
Let us review your case for free by calling us at (615) 933-2893.