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We are conveniently located in downtown Shreveport directly across the street from the back doors of the Caddo Parish Courthouse.

From I-20, take the Spring Street Exit. At the second red light, take a left onto Milam Street. We are on the 5th block on the left. Our offices are on the first floor of the three story white building.
phone: 318.221.1507
fax: 318.221.4560

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Dog / Animal Bites

If you or a loved one is a victim of a severe dog bite, it is very important to contact Simmons, Morris & Carroll for a free initial consultation. Our experience in negotiating and litigating dog bite cases can help you receive a prompt and favorable settlement.

Victims of dog bites require immediate medical attention. Almost always, a medical doctor will prescribe antibiotic medicine for any animal attack to prevent infection. Failure to get quick medical attention not only poses additional health risks, it may also adversely affect your case if you decide to file a lawsuit against the dog owner whose animal attacked you.

The legal rights of a dog bite or animal attack victim depend largely upon where and under what circumstances, the attack occurred. In most cases, states make the owner responsible for all dog bites, even if the animal has not shown any previous aggression. In Louisiana, it is unlawful for ownership of a dangerous dog and for dogs to run at large. Negligence may be proved by showing the owner violated one of these laws.

If you choose Simmons, Morris & Carroll as your legal counsel, you will never have an out-of-pocket expense and you will not pay us a dime unless we achieve a settlement in your favor. We have the legal experience and resources available to expertly evaluate your animal injury, while aggressively pursuing your claim.

If you have been injured from an animal attack, please contact our office at (318)221-1507 as soon as possible.