Siberian Huskys

Husky Bites

Siberian Huskys are not known for aggression. They are loving pets to many families. Huskies are working dogs that were originally bred in North-East Siberia. With their dense double-fur coat, Huskies are a resilient breed that enjoys being outside, and that thrives in cold environments. While perhaps best known as sled dogs that can travel up to 40-miles per day, Huskies today are commonly kept as pets in homes throughout America.

However, like any dog, these high-energy working dogs can bite when not properly raised and trained by their owners or when they perceive a threat. When a Husky bites, the dog’s owner may be legally responsible for the costs and consequences. If you are a dog bite victim, contact a Houston dog bite lawyer at Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. to learn about your legal options.

Costs of a Dog Bite

A fluffy black and white Siberian Husky walking. The costs of a dog attack can be significant, both in terms of medical bills to treat the physical problems and in lost wages if the bite results in you needing to take time off of work. The non-economic costs can also be staggering.  The extent of a dog owner’s liability will depend upon the situation.

Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. can help you to determine what compensation to seek in your Husky attack case. Our attorneys investigate all types of dog bite cases and can use our legal knowledge to help you get the money you deserve.

Let Us Represent You

If you have suffered a bite or been attacked by a Husky or another dog, contact Simmons and Fletcher, P.C.,  today to learn more about your rights. The consultation is free and we do not charge you any attorneys fee unless we win your case.

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