Expert Dog Bite Trial Lawyers Serving Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Holding Dog Owners Liable for Animal Attack Injuries
Attacks from dogs that result in bites and other injuries can often result in gruesome and serious personal injuries that can require extensive medical treatment. When children are involved, these injuries may even be life-threatening. Dog owners are responsible for the actions of their animals and dog bite victims may pursue damages from those owners to pay for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.
When you are pursuing a dog bite claim in Pennsylvania, you need a Philadelphia dog bite lawyer on your side who understands the law and how to pursue the recovery that you deserve. At the law firm of Hill & Associates, P.C., our lawyers have more than 25 years of experience dealing with dog bites and other personal injury cases. We can help you take the necessary steps to prove your case after an attack that harms you or your child.
Contact us as soon as possible to get started with your claim. Schedule a free consultation with our firm and get the answers that you need to your important questions. Call us toll free at 1-800-731-4687.
Steps to Take When Evaluating Dog Bite Injuries
After a dog bite, however the attack occurred, you and your attorney must take action to properly evaluate your potential claim.
First, it is important to investigate the incident and the facts of the attack, including the breed and temperament of the dog. Knowing any potential reasons why the animal may have attacked is crucial to your ability to file a lawsuit against the dog owner. Laws regarding leashes and dog owner negligence are clear in Pennsylvania and our firm will evaluate your potential claim under those laws.
Second, it is important to understand the injuries you suffered due to the attack, including scarring, lacerations and nerve damage. Additionally, psychological and emotional injuries can often be the most severe and the longest lasting of any harm done in a dog attack. Our firm will work to provide compensation for both physical and psychological traumas.
When a Dog Attacks, You Have the Right to Recovery
An attack from any type of dog can result in physical injuries and emotional scarring for victims, especially children. If you or someone you love has been attacked, contact us at Hill & Associates, in Philadelphia, to schedule a free initial consultation. Discuss your claim with us by calling our firm toll free at 1-800-731-4687 to make an appointment with a Philadelphia dog bite lawyer.