Category: Dog Bites


Types Of Dog Bites

Author: Lowell Steiger

Published On: April 20, 2018

There are 6 Types of Dog Bites Dog behavior specialists and behaviorists use a scale when assessing dog bites. This is essential when diagnosing aggression issues and providing a prognosis. There are many scales, but the one that is most commonly used is Dr. Ian Dunbar’s Dog Bite Scale. Below are the 6 categories with my notes. Level 1 Bite – Aggressive behavior with no skin contact by teeth. This is normally a dog that is trying to simply scare a dog or human so that he or she will just go away. Level 2 Bite – Skin-contact by teeth… Read More

A California Personal Injury Lawyer’s Perspective on Accidents

Author: Lowell Steiger

Published On: February 6, 2013

A California personal injury case can take on many forms.  If you, or someone you love, has been injured in any one of the following situations, you may have a personal injury case worth pursuing. Assault Injuries Bicycle Accident Bus Accident Car Accident Dangerous Product Defective Product Dog Bite / Animal Attack Elevator / Escalator Accident False Arrest Medical Negligence Motorcycle Accident Nursing Home Neglect / Abuse Pedestrian Accident Railroad Crossing Accident Sexual Abuse Slip & Fall Accident Trip & Fall Accident Truck Accident Wrongful Death Call me to discuss whether you have a personal injury case.  Consultations are free and unlike a vicious dog,… Read More

Dog Bites: Emotional and Physical Devastation

Author: Lowell Steiger

Published On: June 18, 2010

Being bitten or attacked by a dog can prove to be one of the most devastating experiences of a person’s life. You may find that, after being bitten, the love that you once had for dogs suddenly turns to fear and mistrust. The emotional and physical scarring that result from a dog bite oftentimes requires extensive medical treatment, scar removal or reduction and psychological counseling to restore you to the person that you were before this unsettling event. There are nearly 5 million Americans that are bitten each year by dogs with almost one million causing injuries which require medical attention. Important Links… Read More

Dog Bites: Physical and Emotional Devastation

Author: Lowell Steiger

Published On: February 23, 2008

Being bitten or attacked by a dog can prove to be one of the most devastating experiences of a person’s life. You may find that, after being bitten, the love that you once had for dogs suddenly turns to fear and mistrust. The emotional and physical scarring that result from a dog bite oftentimes requires extensive medical treatment, scar removal or reduction and psychological counseling to restore you to the person that you were before this unsettling event. There are nearly 5 million Americans that are bitten each year by dogs with almost one million causing injuries which require medical… Read More

Don’t Tease Your Dog (Funny Video)

Author: Lowell Steiger

Published On: December 16, 2006

Maybe not such a good idea to deprive your dog of food as this humorous dog bites owner video shows (courtesy of www.Youtube.com)

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