Dog Bites

It is well-known that a dog attack can cause serious physiological injury and significant psychological trauma. Unfortunately, most serious dog bite injuries involve children. And many of these injuries come from pets that were not thought to be vicious.

Dog bite cases usually involve a dog that is known to the victim. Ultimately, pet owners — and usually their homeowner insurance carriers — are responsible for the damages caused by their pets.

Whether you or your child was injured by a well-known house pet, a neighbor's dog or an unknown animal, you may be entitled to compensation for past and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other damages. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you maximize the amount of compensation you receive.

Injured In An Animal Attack In Williamson County?

I am Georgetown dog bite lawyer Carl Knickerbocker. At The Law Office of Carl Knickerbocker, P.C., I represent injured people and their families in Texas personal injury claims stemming from dog attacks. I can advise and represent you if your case involves:

  • Puncture wounds to the skin
  • Lacerations on the face or body
  • An injury that will need to be treated in the future with plastic surgery to correct scarring
  • A friend's or neighbor's pet
  • Collateral injury from a fall

Though liability is often clear in a dog bite case, every injury case is different. I can help you understand how to move forward with your case.

Contact Me For A Free Consultation

If you have questions about a pit bull injury, a watchdog attack or a bite from a neighbor's pet, I can answer them. Contact me for a free consultation about your case.