Pennsylvania Animal Attack Lawyers
Dogs are man's best friend, but dogs can also cause serious — sometimes fatal — injuries. Dogs bite more than 4.7 million people annually. About 800,000 dog bite victims require medical attention each year.
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This decade, an average of 26 people died each year from dog bites. That's up from an average of 17 annual dog bite fatalities in the 1980s and 1990s.
If a dog bit you or your child, you have the right to pursue financial compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, medical bills and rehabilitation expenses. For effective legal representation in dog bite injury claims, please contact an attorney at Dansky | Katz | Ringold | York today.
New Jersey and Pennsylvania Dog Bite Laws
We represent dog bite injury victims throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In New Jersey, anyone bitten by a dog is entitled to be compensated by the dog's owner for damages. It doesn't matter whether or not the dog has a history of biting.
In Pennsylvania, animal attack victims can sue for full damages if the dog bite injuries are severe, that is, resulting in broken bones or disfiguring lacerations that require multiple sutures or cosmetic surgery. Dog bite victims who suffer injuries that are not severe can only sue for medical expenses.
Legally, it doesn't matter if you were injured by a pit bull or a Pomeranian. If you sustained dog bite injuries, our attorneys can help you recover the financial compensation you are entitled by law to receive.
To learn more about how we can assist you, please contact Dansky | Katz | Ringold | York today. We represent dog bite injury victims and family members of those who died a wrongful death throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including the South Jersey and Philadelphia areas.