Omaha, NE (May 3, 2021) – A woman was transported to the Nebraska Medical Center after sustaining serious injuries in a dog attack that occurred in the Benson area on Sunday evening, May 2.
According to dispatch reports, two pit bull-type dogs attacked the woman, her husband, and their dog near 65th Street and Evans Street around 6:45 p.m. The husband, who asked not to be identified, said the couple was walking their miniature poodle when the two dogs charged them from across the street. When the woman bent over to pick up her poodle, the pit bulls knocked her to the ground and began attacking both her and her dog.
The husband was able to grab the poodle and run, drawing the pit bulls’ attention away from his wife. His wife suffered six bites on her face and hands, and he was bitten three times on his arm. Their dog underwent surgery on one of its legs.
Neighbors called officers with the Omaha Police Department, and officials with the Nebraska Humane Society also responded to the scene. The accident remains under investigation at this time, and details about the owners of the two dogs that attacked haven’t been released.
Our thoughts are with the victim, their family, and everyone affected by this accident.
Dog Attack Injuries in Omaha
Every year, over one million people are injured as a result of dog attacks in the United States. Although the majority of these incidents result in minor injuries to victims, thousands require extensive medical treatment for severe injuries to the nerve, bones, skin, and muscles. Many victims are left with permanent scarring and pain that continues to impact their lives indefinitely. When small children are victims of these attacks, it can have a serious impact on their ability to grow and thrive.
The unfortunate truth is that the majority of accidents throughout the state of Nebraska are a result of another person’s negligence. Although we can be diligent and in control of our actions, we can do little to ensure others act in the same responsible manner. This is especially true in situations where people acquire serious injuries as a result of a vicious dog attack. The fact that so many people are injured in preventable accidents is concerning. When victims are harmed as a result of negligent dog owners, they must contact a dog bite attorney in Nebraska as soon as possible.
For nearly three decades, the Nebraska personal injury attorneys at Dyer Law PC have advocated on behalf of victims hurt in collisions. Our team is committed to helping victims by providing aggressive and competent legal representation to ensure they can get the justice and compensation they need to move on after being injured as a result of another person’s negligence. Victims and their families deserve responsive and effective legal guidance after being harmed in preventable accidents and we here at Dyer Law strive to ensure our clients receive only top-quality representation and services every step of the way. Our team at Dyer Law PC negotiates fair and timely settlements for our clients to ensure they can get the medical treatment necessary after being harmed by another person. Contact our law firm in Omaha at your earliest convenience for more information by calling (402) 393-7529.
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