Dog Bite Case
Do I Have a Dog Bite Case?
Dogs are great companions and, most of the time, they're loyal, loving, and playful. Responsible owners keep their dogs on a leash, train them well, and follow the laws to keep their pets – and you – safe. Unfortunately, not every dog owner is a responsible one. This can lead to serious bites and painful injuries that last a lifetime.
If you've suffered a dog bite, call our injury attorneys today. We'll help determine whether or not you have a case. Our legal professionals are available 24/7 to help. Just call us at 1-866-943-3427 or fill out our free online legal consultation in the top right corner of this page. We offer free consultations to help with your accident case. There's no fee and no obligation to use our services. Contact us today.
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My attorney and case manager were really accommodating to my son while trying to get pictures of his dog bite injuries. They were patient with him. Mother of a child injured by a dog
Erie County, PA
Beyond your initial pain and suffering, dog bite injuries can come with unexpected costs. Determining if you have a case is the first step to recovering the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Many factors can affect your case, including:
- Severity of injuries
- Medical expenses
- Whether you were hospitalized
- Any scarring or disfigurement
- Lost income
- And more
Some dog bite injuries may require physical therapy or even plastic surgery. It's important to speak with our attorneys because recovering the money you deserve can get your life back on track.
Dog Owner Responsibility
More often than not, dog owners are held financially responsible for the actions of their pets, including bites and attacks. We often speak to injured people who worry that their friend's or neighbor's dog will be put down because of a bite. That's typically never the case, especially if the dog hasn't exhibited prior aggressive behaviors. Also, their homeowner's insurance will pay for your potential medical bills.
Each state has different laws concerning dog bites, and it's the owner's responsibility to follow them. In fact, you may have a case for criminal charges if the owner neglects any of your state's dog bite laws.
Bitten by a Dog? Contact Us Today
Our dog bite attorneys have been helping injured people for decades. We're ready to get started on your case. Contact us at 1-866-943-3427 or fill your information into the form – located in the top right corner of this page – for a free case review. We'll determine if you have a case, answer your legal questions, and fight to get you the money you deserve.
We're available 24/7, and we answer our phones around the clock. When you call, there's no fee and no obligation to use our services. We'll cover your upfront costs and stand up for your legal rights. There's never a fee unless we get money for you. Don't hesitate. Contact us today.