Dog Bite Injuries from Rottweilers
Was your child bitten in the face by a dog, and now she’ll have scars on her face for the rest of her life? Were you attacked by a dog that roamed the neighborhood without a leash?
At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we love dogs. They’re part of the family. But we also have seen what happens when a Rottweiler acts instinctively, or if its owner encourages aggressive behavior.
Remember: A dog breed doesn’t guarantee that a dog will or won’t be dangerous. A dog owner is the biggest factor in determining whether a dog will be dangerous or not. If a dog owner encourages aggressive behavior or is abusive, that dog may be more likely to attack or bite. You can help prevent dog bites by following these safety tips.
Dog bite injuries can be very serious for both children and adults. If you, or a loved one, have been attacked and injured by a Rottweiler, you probably have piles of medical bills. You may have scars on your body or your face – which can make you self-conscious and affect your confidence. You may have had to miss work due to your injuries. In a moment, your life may have changed forever.
Our experienced injury attorneys have seen these tragedies time and time again, which is why we’ve spent the past 30+ years helping dog bite victims get the money they need to pay their bills and move on with their lives.
Rottweilers and Dog Bites – Owner Responsibility
Rottweilers are known for their protective instincts and aggressive nature when they feel their owners are being threatened. For this reason, many people have them to protect their families or their homes. They can be very obedient and even beloved family pets, but they also can attack and bite if they feel their families are being threatened – even if that’s not the case.
It’s very important that dog owners follow all dog bite laws and leash laws for their state. Generally, the dog owner is responsible for any injuries their dog causes. But, if you or your child were bitten by a dog owned by a friend or family member, you may not want to seek legal help. This can be a tricky situation, and you may feel like you’re being greedy.
Our experienced Pennsylvania attorneys understand that this is a common occurrence. But remember, you may have piles of medical bills, missed work time, and injuries that may require future medical care. You need to take care of yourself and your family – and protect your financial security. The good news is that our attorneys typically file a claim through the dog owner’s homeowners’ or renters’ insurance policy, rather than the dog owner.
Rottweiler Dog Bite Injuries – How We Can Help
If you, or your child, were bitten by a Rottweiler, our Pennsylvania law firm can help.
- First, get a free legal evaluation – with no obligation to use our services. You contact us and tell us about the dog attack and your injuries, and we’ll tell you if we think you have a dog bite case. Plus, we’ll explain your legal options and answer your dog bite questions, so you can decide for yourself if you want to file a claim.
- We take care of the legal hassles from start to finish. We gather evidence, use investigators, and hire experts when necessary. We put over 30 years of experience to work to win your dog bite case and get you the compensation you deserve.
- You’ll benefit from high standards of client care. We treat you with respect, keep you updated on the progress of your case, and even travel to you — in Pittsburgh, Johnstown, Erie, Ebensburg, Altoona, or wherever you are. At Edgar Snyder & Associates, you won’t be left in the dark.
- We have a successful track record, and our satisfied clients will tell you how we helped them.
- There’s never a fee unless we get money for you – guaranteed.
Need a Dog Bite Lawyer? Get a Free Legal Evaluation Today
Call us today at 1-866-9-4EDGAR (1-866-943-3427), or fill out the form at the top right of this webpage for a free legal evaluation. There’s no obligation to use our services, and you owe it to yourself and your family to learn your legal options. You may have a dog bite case. Plus, you can help prevent the dog from injuring more people.
Our phones answer 24/7, and evidence disappears quickly. Contact us today – before it’s too late.