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​​Each year, millions of innocent children and adults are seriously injured or even suffer wrongful death as a result of dog bite attacks. If you or a loved one has suffered a dog bite and don’t know what to do, we urge you to contact a lawyer for dog bite injuries as soon as possible.

The attorneys at the Ramirez Law Group, PLLC will help guide you through the necessary steps and provide you with the answers and direction you need. Do not hesitate. Please call us at 480-454-6397, or contact a lawyer for dog bite legal advice.

We are here to help you. It is our goal to educate you on what to expect when you are a victim of a dog bite injury and what to do after you’ve been bitten.

If you or a loved one has suffered a dog bite injury or you have a question that has not been answered, call the Ramirez Law Group, PLLC now at 480-454-6397 or contact us.

Dog Bite Statistics

The statistics surrounding dog bites are astonishing and show just how common dog bite injuries are. 

  • It has been estimated for every animal attack reported, three go unreported.
  • As many as one million people nationwide require medical treatment for dog bites every year.
  • More than 334,000 victims end up in the emergency room.
  • More than 4 million people are bitten by dogs each year.
  • More than half of all the animal attack victims are children.
  • National figures estimate that 60% of dog bite injuries happen in the home, either by the family or a friend’s dog.
  • It is estimated that about 12-15 people die each year, because of various problems and infections from dog bites.
  • Overwhelmingly, male dogs that have not been fixed are more likely to bite.

Where do dogs attack?

  • 25% chained dogs
  • 25% dogs loose in their yard
  • 23% occurred inside the home
  • 17% dogs roaming off their property
  • 10% leashed dogs or miscellaneous circumstances

Who is attacked?

  • 79% of all fatal attacks – children under the age of 12
  • 12% elderly, aged 65 – 94
  • 9% 13 – 64 years old

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