Providing Compassionate Representation After A Dog Attack
An animal attack can be over in a matter of minutes, but the healing process can take years. In many cases, victims of vicious dog attacks suffer physical and mental trauma that can be expensive and time-consuming to treat.
When dog owners are careless in securing or restraining their dogs, they can be held accountable for their actions in New Mexico courts. If you or a loved one has been injured by an unprovoked dog bite or attack, you deserve justice. At the Law Office of Nathan Cobb, we have the legal experience and the compassion you need to get you through this difficult time. We serve clients throughout the Albuquerque metro area and elsewhere in New Mexico.
Call 505-225-2146 today to learn how we can help.
Seeking Justice For Your Physical And Psychological Injuries
Even if your physical injuries are severe, it can be difficult to receive fair compensation. Insurance companies are often responsible for settling the personal injury claim. Their attorneys vigorously challenge these claims to limit the money you receive.
Our founding lawyer, Nathan Cobb, knows how to counter these tactics. He has successfully argued cases in New Mexico courts and has represented clients in negotiation sessions. Attorney Cobb uses this insight to obtain settlements for injuries that include:
- Skin damage caused by dog bites or infection from the wounds
- Muscle damage
- Nerve damage
- Severe scarring
- Emotional and psychological trauma
Dog bite victims can suffer wounds that require repeat surgeries and rehabilitation. From plastic surgery to minimize facial scarring to physical therapy sessions, these costs quickly add up.
In addition, victims may experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) when they are recovering from the attack. This psychological trauma can have a long-term impact.
After an accident, you may struggle with these and other injuries. Don’t add a legal burden to your concerns. You can depend on our legal team to handle the paperwork and matters related to your case.