Dog And Other Animal Bites

Dogs and other animals that people keep as pets can be unpredictable. Dog owners are strictly liable for injuries caused by their animals. This means that, barring certain circumstances, the owner of a dog who injures someone must compensate the victim.

Dog bites and other types of animal attacks can create serious wounds, scarring and disfigurement. Plastic surgery may be a necessary part of the recovery process. Victims of animal attacks may also experience emotional issues related to the attack or self-esteem difficulties related to visible scarring.

Was Your Child The Victim Of A Dog Attack?

Several factors differentiate dog attacks involving children:

  • Children are less likely to recognize signs that an animal may be dangerous.
  • Children are shorter, making vital areas such as the face and neck more open to injury.
  • Children are smaller, meaning a child may be less able to fight off a dog attack.
  • Children are still developing emotionally. Prominent scarring can have an especially strong impact on their self-esteem. The trauma of the experience may have a deeper impact.

Knowledgeable Personal Injury Representation For Those Injured By Dog Bites

At Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, our firm is committed to helping victims of dog bites and other animal attacks. We know the issues that surround such cases, and we are skilled at providing the strong representation our clients need to ensure they are fully compensated for the injuries they have had to suffer. For more than 60 years, we have been protecting the rights of the injured. During that time, we have secured millions for our clients in addition to securing numerous honors such as having members of our firm listed in the publication "The Best Lawyers in America."

Contact The Experienced Lawyers Of Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante

When you or a loved one has suffered a dog bite, you need to take immediate action to protect your right to compensation. The dog bite lawyers of Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante can help you. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 203-800-7343, toll free at 888-692-7403 or contact us online.

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