Animal attacks happen fast. Injuries can be serious. Effects can last a lifetime
Exotic pets have become increasingly common in recent years. Many different types of animals now live as pets with people across the country. In many cases, most of these animals live peacefully with people. But often, when we least expect it, animals attack. And the consequences can often be extremely severe.
If you or a loved one is a victim of an animal attack in Indiana, Kentucky or Tennessee, contact a Slechter Law Firm today. Based in Louisville, we have years of experience fighting for the rights of animal attack victims in all three states. Even if you injuries seem minor, contact us and schedule a free case evaluation. The laws in each state guarantee animal attack victims’ rights.
Different animals pose unique threats. These will be determined by the animal’s size, natural weapons (teeth, claws, etc), and other factors. Some pets known to attack people include dogs, cats, snakes and horses.
Contact a Louisville animal attack lawyer who fights for injury victims
Animal attacks can have serious consequences. Make sure to seek immediate medical attention for your animal attack. Then contact the Slechter Law Firm. We have years of experience dealing with such complicated cases. We know what questions to ask and how to go about researching such incidents. We then use this information to build a rock-solid case with one goal in mind: to get you the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Victims of animal attacks may require extensive medical treatment. They may even suffer a permanent disability or be unable to work again. In certain extreme cases, a loved one may even die as a result of an animal attack. In such cases, your family may have grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit.
Whatever your issue, whatever kind of injury you’re dealing with, we want to help you. Discover what a compassionate, attentive Louisville animal attack lawyer can do for you. Contact the Slechter Law Firm today. To reach us by phone, please call (502) 384-7400 or toll-free at (855) 598-7425.