Serious Dog Bites Happen More Often Than You May Realize [Infographic]

Every year in the U.S., at least 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs, and more than 900,000 of them need emergency medical care.

To try to prevent dog attacks and keep people safe, advocates across the nation have dedicated the third week of May to commemorate National Dog Bite Prevention Week. In support of this effort, we at Brown & Brown are sharing the following infographic, which presents some of the latest findings about the prevalence of dog bite injuries in the U.S.

While we encourage you to share this Infographic on social media to help spread the word and support the effort, we also invite you to contact us and find about more about your options for recovery if you have been seriously hurt by a dog. Our lawyers are here for you, ready to help.

Serious Dog Bites Happen More Often Than You May Realize [Infographic] Serious Dog Bites Happen More Often Than You May Realize [Infographic]

Contact a St Louis Personal Injury Lawyer at Brown & Brown Attorneys at Law

If you or a loved one has been injured by a dog – or as a result of any accident that may have involved negligence, contact a St Louis personal injury lawyer at Brown & Brown Attorneys at Law.

Our goal is to preserve and promote the rights and welfare of individuals and families who have suffered injuries and losses and/or who need help navigating the complexities of the legal system.

To learn more about how we can help you, attend a free, no obligations initial consult with a St Louis lawyer at Brown & Brown. You can schedule this meeting by calling us at 573-333-3333 for our Missouri office or at 618-888-8888 for our Illinois office. You can also email us using the form at the right-hand side of the screen.

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