Client Testimonials

Pet Snake Bites

Snakes are some of the most exotic and interesting animals that people choose to keep as pets. However, they can also be some of the most dangerous, especially when an individual chooses to keep a poisonous snake. Even non-poisonous snakes can have extremely painful bites, so it is important to always exercise extreme caution when interacting with your or another person’s pet snake.

If you or someone you know has suffered a snake bite injury from another person’s pet snake, you may be able to seek financial compensation for your pain and suffering. For more information regarding your legal rights and options, contact the Michigan snake bite lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., at 877-PET-BITE.

Reasons a Snake May Bite

Even snakes without a history of aggression can suddenly bite others for inexplicable reasons. Signs of aggression in snakes include hissing, thrashing movements, and baring the fangs or the inside of the mouth. Some common reasons snakes may bite people include:

  • The snake feels threatened
  • Environmental changes, such as moving the tank to a new room
  • Increased foot traffic around the snake’s tank
  • The introduction of a new pet in the household
  • Improper humidity and temperature levels

Snake bites can be very painful and may require expensive medical care to remedy, particularly if a wound becomes infected or causes damage to muscles or connective tissues. If you or a loved one has been bitten by a snake, it is important to seek immediate medical care to ensure the wound does not worsen.

Contact Us

Many people are unaware that they can seek financial compensation for a bite from another person’s pet snake. If you or someone you care about was bitten by another person’s snake, contact the Michigan pet bite attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C., at 877-PET-BITE for a free consultation.

Privacy Policy

Verdicts and Settlements


$300,000 judgment for a dog bite victim.

$450,000 judgment for victim of pit bull attack resulting in severe bite wounds.

$35,000 settlement to incident where dog jumped and knocked down pedestrian.

$250,000 judgment for dog attack victim.

Read More

Watch Our Commercials

Detroit, Michigan Personal Injury Lawyers



Detroit, Michigan Criminal Lawyers





Ravid & Associates, P.C.
23855 Northwestern Highway
SouthfieldMI 48075
Toll-Free:(866) 644-6587
Local: (248) 948-9696
Directions

HOME    PRESS    ABOUT    PRACTICE AREAS    RESULTS    ARTICLES    FAQS    OTHER RESOURCES    CONTACT    BLOG    SITEMAP    Log in

Troy | Warren | Find us on Google+

Material presented on the Ravid and Associates, P.C. website is intended for information purposes only. It is not intended as professional advice and should not be construed as such.
Copyright © 2017 Ravid and Associates, P.C. - All Rights Reserved -- Toll Free: (866) 644-6587 -- Local: (248) 948-9696 -- David Ravid+