In Pennsylvania, the dog owner is responsible for injuries and disfigurement caused by dogs and faces a legal claim. If you or a loved one has suffered a dog bite or dog attack, please contact us. Dog bites often require medical treatment for which you may be entitled to compensation, including past, present, and future expenses. You may also have lost wages or be suffering psychological trauma. Once the injuries have been treated and you or your loved one is out of danger, call us and we’ll answer your questions about your case.
Legal Claims for Animal Bites
Our lawyers have provided dog bite victims with legal counsel needed to seek financial compensation for their injuries. We have represented delivery vehicle drivers, postal workers, pedestrians, and parents of hurt children. Call today so that we can help you obtain the compensation you’re entitled to.
Treatment for Dog Attacks
Victims of a dog attack may sustain injuries such as facial or bodily scarring, infections requiring antibiotics, broken bones, torn muscle tissue, or death. Treatments range from a few stitches or a bandage to cosmetic surgery and psychiatric therapy. Children who have been hurt by a dog are more likely than adults to suffer lacerations to the head or neck.
For a free consultation, call us today. We also make in-home appointments.
Serving the Philadelphia Area
Our animal bite attorneys provide legal support to dog attack victims all over the Philadelphia metropolitan area. We have clients in Philadelphia, West Chester, Norristown, and Media – and throughout Delaware County and Chester County. Call Donaghue and Labrum at (610) 565-9120 or contact us online.
Dog Breeds Commonly Involved in Dog Attacks
- Pit Bulls
- German Shepherds
- Doberman Pinschers