Two-Year-Old Boy Attacked By Dog in Brunswick Resulting in Death
Tragedy struck a quiet neighborhood in Brunswick, MD on Tuesday evening when a two-year-old boy was attacked by a dog. First responders were called to the scene in the 400 block of West B Street where they found the child with life-threatening injuries. Despite their efforts, the toddler went into cardiac arrest and was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at Frederick Health Hospital. Authorities have since quarantined the dog responsible for the attack at Frederick County’s Division of Animal Control. The family of the young victim hails from Fauquier County, Virginia, and the investigation into this heart-wrenching incident is ongoing.
What Should I Do If I’m Bitten by a Dog in Maryland?
As long as you didn’t provoke the dog, trespass, or attempt to commit a crime, you’ll likely have a case against the dog’s owner if you’re injured, but you need to discuss your situation with an attorney that specializes in dog bite cases. Your ability to receive compensation will depend on your unique case, so you need seasoned dog bite lawyers to assist you.
If you were injured by a dog in Maryland, call Zirkin & Schmerling Law. We’ve been able to reach large dog bite settlements and verdicts. We can help you receive the compensation you deserve for your injuries. We offer 24/7 free consultations, so call 410-753-6411 or contact us online.