Physical Injuries

  • Deep Lacerations & Puncture Wounds: Require extensive
    medical attention and can leave permanent scarring.
  • Fractures & Crushed Bones: Often require surgery and physical therapy.
  • Muscle & Nerve Damage: Can cause pain, weakness, and
    loss of function.
  • Infections: High risk of infection, requiring antibiotics and potentially hospitalization.
  • Cuts & Bruises: Though less severe, can still cause pain
    and discomfort

Emotional & Psychological Trauma:

  • Anxiety: Fear of dogs or leaving the house
    is common after a dog attack.
  • PTSD: Post-traumatic stress disorder can
    cause flashbacks, nightmares, and severe
    emotional distress.

If you’ve been injured by a dog bite in Connecticut, seek legal help
IMMEDIATELY. Our experienced lawyers can:

  • Evaluate your case and determine your rights under Connecticut’s dog bite laws.
  • Negotiate with the dog owner’s insurance company for fair compensation.
  • Represent you in court if necessary.

Call Attorney Twillie Today

Disclaimer: This information is for general educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Please consult with an attorney to discuss your specific situation.