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Dog Bites & Injuries

Safety Tips for Pet Owners and the Public

Dog Bites & Injuries On Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Any dog can bite and inflict severe injuries on an unsuspecting victim. According to dog bite studies, an average of 337,103 emergency department visits occur each year in the United States due to dog bites. Pet owners in Connecticut

What To Do After a Dog Attack in Connecticut

Dog Bites & Injuries On Monday, March 9, 2020

by Attorneys Charles P. Reed and James E. Ringold of Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C.


The summer is a great time for dog-owners and dog-lovers alike, with great weather to bring a dog out on the town. You should, of course, …

Are dog bites more dangerous for children?

Dog Bites & Injuries,Firm News On Friday, August 16, 2019

Victims of dog bite attacks in Connecticut can face extensive damage that results in both short-term and long-term injuries. But are some groups more susceptible to severe injury than others? Today, we at Loughlin Fitzgerald, PC, will examine one demographic …

Dog bites and PTSD

Dog Bites & Injuries,Firm News On Wednesday, May 29, 2019

After getting bitten by a dog in Connecticut, some people may want to forget the incident as quickly as possible. If the incident was particularly traumatic, though, it can be hard for people to move on, and sometimes people might …

Medical Care is a Necessity for Dog Bite Injuries

Dog Bites & Injuries On Thursday, February 14, 2019

Dog bites are particularly dangerous for children, who are more likely to be bitten than adults or the elderly. They’re smaller in stature and may not know how to approach a dog carefully or when to back away, so children …

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