Summer is the prime time for dog bites. People are more active and with so many activities at parks and beaches, it is easy to see why summer is prime dog biting season. People are at risk of bites from both small and large dogs. People are preoccupied with their activities and not noticing their dogs. It is easy for a dog to slip or way or to pull on its leash. Children and adults both are at risk of being bitten, as is other people’s animals. It is very important to be aware of your surroundings at all times.
There are many things you should do if you are on the bad end of a dog bite. At first you will be upset, hurt, and not know where to turn. It is important that you take quick action to ensure you get the proper treatments and to ensure the dog did not have any diseases.
These are just a few quick tips to prepare you, in the case of being bitten. For more information, contact a personal injury lawyer in your area such as Dale Kornreich, who covers the Agoura Hills and Los Angeles areas.