Yes, take pictures after you have been bitten and as you heal. These photos show injuries and the extent of the damage done by the dog bite. Such photos will serve as evidence of your injuries. In addition to taking photos, keep all medical bills and other related receipts for the injury, including possible psychological counseling and other related trauma assistance sought in the wake of a dog attack.
Other Dog Bite FAQs:
- Are dog bites a common occurrence?
- Are dog bites common in Texas?
- Are the dog bite laws the same across Texas?
- Do I need to take pictures after being bitten by a dog?
- How is liability for a dog bite established?
- My mother witnessed a dog attack and someone said there was a possibility of filing a bystander claim. Is that possible?
- What are the most common factors showing a dog owner knew or should have known their animal may be vicious?
- What compensation can I recover in a dog bite case?
- What happens if a dog not previously regarded as dangerous bites me?
- What is the current law in Texas in regard to dog bites?
- Who are usually the victims of dog bites?