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September 2016 Archives

What to do after a cat or dog bites

Imagine walking down the street when a stray dog suddenly runs after you and attacks. Or, maybe you were at a friend's house when the family cat suddenly decided to claw you, digging deep into your arm. Both situations are similar and threatening to you; you're injured, and you need to get medical help.

What bites can do to the body: Cats and dogs attack

When you're bitten by an animal, the last thing you're going to be thinking about is how to pay for your care. Your main concern will be getting the help you need to suture wounds, prevent infection or to surgically repair broken bones, torn muscles or other concerns.

Prove fault to get the compensation you need

Proving fault in a motorcycle crash can help you get the compensation you need after you suffer an injury. Determining who was at fault is a task left to police, but it can also help if the other driver admits to causing the accident. Whether it's a mistake or negligence, it's the responsibility of the at-fault party to pay for the medical care and other financial losses you suffer.

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