What Should I Do If My Child Gets Bit by a Dog in Florida? Legal Rights and Responsibilties

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As a parent, it is difficult to deal with the everyday challenges of raisin a child in Florida. The duties of a parent are made much more difficult when there is an injury to a child. This is especially true when dealing with dog bite injuries. When a child is bit or attacked by a dog, it is often times a sudden, unexpected event. In some cases, the injuries are minor and do not require any medical care. In other instances, emergency medical care is necessary. In serious cases, there are permanent injuries including scarring to a child. This is especially traumatic when there are facial injuries inflicted upon the innocent child. Parents often times do their best in the face of danger and trauma to help children through this most difficult time. Here are some basic tips (both legal and common sense) to help parents deal with the issues of a dog bite injury to a child:

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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