Dog Bite Injuries to Children


Did a Dog Bite Your Child?

Dogs and children are generally a perfect match. Both can be full of energy, fun loving, and carefree. However, many of the dog bite cases we see involve children. Sometimes kids aren't aware of the warning signs displayed by an aggressive dog. This can lead to an attack, causing serious injury and even permanent scarring. We're here to help. We'll make sure your questions are answered and you get the financial compensation your child needs.

Call our legal professionals at 412-394-1000 or fill out our free online legal consultation in the top right corner of this page. We'll answer your legal questions and determine whether or not you have a dog bite case. Don't hesitate. Call us today.

We're Here to Help

After your child's dog bite injury, hiring an attorney might not be the first thing you consider. We know injuries can be terrifying, frustrating, and even infuriating, and we also know you want the best for you child. Our experienced attorneys can help.

I was shocked by the final settlement – we were not expecting that kind of money. Mother of dog bite victim
Allegheny County, PA

Because dog bites inflict serious wounds and create lasting scars, we'll help you plan for your child's future. We'll examine potential medical costs and corrective surgery for your child's scars. It's important to consider these things after your child's injury. Most surgeries to correct scarring aren't covered by health insurance.

Our attorneys will start you down the road to recovering the money you and your family deserve. Without an attorney, the dog owner's insurance company may try to force a low-ball settlement on you. Some insurance companies will offer less than 1/4 of what they would offer to you if you had legal representation. Hiring our experienced dog bite attorneys will help you recover all the money your child deserves.

Who's Responsible For My Child's Injuries?

Most states have leash laws that pet owners are required to follow. When a dog bites, chases, or attacks another person or dog, the pet owner is responsible for their dog's aggressive behavior. Since they are financially responsible, their homeowner's insurance policy covers any dog bites that take place.

In most of the dog bite cases we see, the owner and victim know each other. We know a common concern that most victims have is whether or not they'll be "suing" a friend or family member. We can assure you that the dog owner's insurance company will be financially responsible – not your friend, neighbor, or family member.

We'll fight to recover compensation from the insurance company for your child's bills, including:

  • Current Medical Bills
  • Hospital Fees
  • Future Surgeries or Rehabilitation
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Missed Time at Work (from caring for your child)
  • And More

We're Just a Call or Quick Click Away

Contact our law firm for a free case review. Call us at 412-394-1000 or fill out our online legal consultation in the top right corner of this page. We'll fight to get you the money you deserve.

Remember, there's no obligation to use our services when you call. Our consultations are absolutely free, and you won't pay us anything until we win your case. If we don't recover money for your child's dog bite injuries, then you won't owe us a penny. That's our guarantee and that's our motto: There's never a fee unless we get money for you.