Although dog attack cases are more common in countries with less funding for animal control, the possibility that a dog can attack in America is still high. Victims of dog bite attacks may be unsure of who they can hold responsible in situations where they are bitten. Generally, in the US, a person’s homeowner’s insurance will pay damages for any pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical expenses to the victim of a dog bite attack. Our Boston, Massachusetts dog bite attorney experts here at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates will work diligently to help you recover for your injuries.
In Patiala, India, nearly 31 people were bitten daily by stray dogs during the first five months of the year. Specifically, the overall figure for the five months from January to May was 4,791. In the month of May alone, 967 dog bite cases were reported. This number has increased dramatically, nearly breaking last year’s total of 4,997 reported dog bites. Dog bite cases in the district have increased as no measures have been taken to tame the stray dogs. Although the situation is quite grim in the towns of Sanaur, Patran, Nabha, and Rajpura, the municipal committees have no funds to deal with the dog threat. Having no funds means there are no checks on the dog population, even in rural areas, and they are unable to carry out any form of sterilization drives.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a dog attack, please contact one of our Boston, MA dog bite lawyer experts today. One of our personal injury attorney experts will be available 24/7 by phone at 617-787- 3700 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact us now for a free case evaluation where we can assess the value and merits of your Massachusetts dog bite claim.