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Serious Dog Bite Injuries on the Rise
Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

    The number of hospitalizations due to dog bites has nearly doubled in the last ten years, according to a recent report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.  The most recent statistics from 2008 indicate an average of 26 people per day had to be admitted to hospitals throughout the U.S. because of dog bites.  The total number of hospital stays related to bites totaled 9,500 that year.  Please visit the report link above to see specific data.
    D’Amore Law Group's personal injury attorneys handle serious dog bite cases.  Click here to learn more about dog bite law.


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  1. A personal injury is where you have sustained some form of injury – either physical or psychological – as a direct result of someone else’s negligence or lack of care. The most common instances of personal injury in Ireland are road traffic accidents, accidents in the workplace and claims against a Local Authority’s public liability insurance when you may have fallen in the street or an owner’s insurance when you have slipped on some spilled liquid in a shop.

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