Did A Dog Harm You Or Your Child?
Though many dogs may seem nice and friendly, they can cause serious injuries to you or your child. Dog bite injuries can be extremely severe, leaving lasting effects. The vast majority of people care deeply about how they look. When an accident causes scarring and disfigurement, the psychological effects of a ruined appearance can be worse for some people than physical pain and suffering.
If your injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence, you might be entitled to a financial award to compensate you for your injuries, as well as the extreme emotional distress that could be caused by a ruined physical appearance.
Our lawyers at The Law Offices of Joseph J. Cariglia, P.C., have the experience and know-how to help if you or your child has suffered a serious dog injury. Contact us today by calling 866-491-6561.
Helping Victims Of Dangerous Dog Attacks Since 1961
Dog bites can be a serious matter, and most dog bite cases involve children. Dangerous dogs like Rottweilers, pit bulls, Dalmatians, German shepherds and others can put toddlers in the hospital with serious injuries like:
- Facial lacerations
- Mauled arms
- Broken bones
- Bite wound infections
Risks To Children
Children run a real risk of being killed when attacked by a dog. Even in nonfatal attacks, the initial injury may require extensive medical care and leave an individual needing plastic surgery to minimize scarring.
Pursuing The Homeowner’s Insurance Policy
Frequently, dog bites occur in the home of a friend or relative who owns a dog that turns out to be vicious. Our attorneys can target the homeowners insurance company only, making sure that the attack doesn’t cause a permanent rift in your family or friendships.
Do Not Face An Animal Attack Situation Alone
With decades of experience, our premises liability attorneys have helped thousands of people and families who’ve been mauled by dogs, including children, adults and mail carriers. Our well-respected lawyers know how the law works. They will go after insurance companies to determine the dog owner’s coverage. We will find out if the dog had bitten somebody else before that.
Visit our FAQ about dog bites or call our firm at 866-491-6561 or contact us online today before you talk with an insurance company or sign anything. We don’t get paid unless you get paid.