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Personal injuries from dog bites can have devastating affects on a person, especially when the dog bite victim is a small child. Open wounds, permanent scarring, emotional distress, and a lasting fear of animals are just a few of the problems that can arise from dog bites.

The Toledo City Paper recognized the publication of Toledo, Ohio dog bite attorneys Chuck Boyk, Michael Bruno, and Dale Emch’s new Ohio Dog Bite Book released earlier this summer. The article ran in the free weekly paper in the August 27-September 2, 2008 issue.

The article describes how the Ohio Dog Bite Book offers advice and tips to those suffering personal injury from a dog bite. Describing how our Toledo, Ohio dog bite attorneys are “teaming up to take a bite out of dog bites,” the article went on to explain that the “Toledo trio created the book to help people through the unfamiliar and uncomfortable experience of seeking fair compensation after an attack.”

If you or someone you love has suffered a dog bite, contact our office to order your free copy of The Ohio Dog Bite Book. Learn the steps to take after a dog bite to ensure maximum recovery.


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