- Strict liability: It does not matter if the dog has never bitten anyone before. Unless the dog was teased and taunted, the law allows no excuses. Contact our law firm and tell us about the incident. Insurance usually covers the homeowner’s liability for the dog bites.
- Serious injuries: A dog often bites around the face and neck, damaging nerves and facial features. The long-term medical treatment can include plastic surgery as well as treatment for infection. Injury to a child can mean extensive surgery for scarring and nerve damage.
- Psychological damage: Being mauled by a dangerous dog can mean long-term — even lifelong — psychological trauma. Your attorney will work for a settlement that includes sufficient resources for psychological treatment.
You are welcome to call 866-668-7179 or e-mail our law firm to talk about your injuries or a loved one’s wrongful death. If you cannot come to the office, we will come to your hospital room or home. We want to help you and your family through this.