Dog Bite Attorneys in Philadelphia
Upholding the Laws That Protect Citizens from Dog Bites & Dog Attacks Throughout Pennsylvania & New Jersey
Every year millions of people are bitten by dogs in the United States with young boys receiving more dog bite injuries as compared to others. Some of these dogs may be seriously dangerous and need to be confined. In 2013, more than 14 people have been killed by dogs. Last year, over 37 canine homicides have been recorded nationwide. In general, however, most dog bite injuries are not serious, but some can cause financial damage and may need the victim to get compensation for medical bills, time lost from work, pain and suffering, and more.
All states have laws that hold dog owners responsible for any dog bite injuries and damage caused by their dog. Dog bite statutes hold owners liable to pay damages. If you or someone you know has been bitten by a dog, contact Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers to seek a legal remedy to the problem. Our dog bite lawyers in Philadelphia can help you with hospital visits, paperwork, and give you all answers to your questions free of cost. We are here to help make a difficult situation better by gathering all required evidence and taking proper steps to prepare a strong case.
Schedule a consultation today by calling (215) 564-4400 or submitting an online information form.
How Long Do I Have to File a Dog Bite Claim?
Each state has a set statute of limitations for legal cases, which sets a time limit on when a person can file a claim. In Pennsylvania, victims of personal injuries have up to two years from the date of their accident to bring forward a case. If, however, you are unable to file your claim within the two year time frame, you may forfeit your rights to receive compensation for your injury. Our attorneys are well-versed in dog bite claims and can help ensure all important deadlines are met and work hard for you to get the compensation you deserve.
Pennsylvania’s Dog Law
The law requires dog owners to have full control over their dogs at all times and be kept confined on their premises. When the dog is outside the premises, it has to be kept chained to a collar to avoid straying and causing harm to others.
Dog bite injuries and attacks often cause:
- Broken bones
- Disfiguring lacerations
- Other injuries that may require cosmetic surgery
Long-term effects of the attack include dog bite trauma and a longtime fear of dogs. If you or a loved one has been attacked or bitten by a dog, we are here to help. As your attorney, our strategy is to prove that the dog owner has violated Pennsylvania’s confinement statute. Dog owners are liable to pay all damages to a person when their dog severely attacks someone who suffers dog bite injuries or even wrongful death.
Case ResultsSee What We Have Recovered for People in Your Shoes
Baby in Delay of C Section $15,000,000
Medical Malpractice $8,000,000
Police Negligence $3,200,000
Bus Accident $3,105,000
Pedestrian Injury $2,625,000
Medical Malpractice $2,000,000
Premises Liability $1,890,000
Dental Malpractice $1,550,220
Civil Rights Violation $1,200,000
Tractor Trailer Accident $1,100,000
Why Choose Us?See What Sets Us Apart
Team Approach to Handling Your Case
Your case is given personal attention from every member of our experienced team.
Online Case Evaluation
Get your case started before you leave your home; your information is completely confidential.
Win or It's Free Guaranteed
We offer a No Recovery, No Fee Contingency to fight your case. You can contact us for a free consultation.
Multi-Million Dollar Settlements
Our determination and relentlessness in court has resulted in multi-millions in settlements and verdicts.
Ready to Fight For Fair Compensation
At Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers, our experienced Philadelphia dog bite lawyers stand ready to help with your case. Schedule a free consultation without delay. Our firm has the resources to provide a thorough investigation of the incident, build a strong dog bite injury case, and fight tenaciously to get you compensation for your medical bills, time lost from work, and pain and suffering.
To get started, call our firm at (215) 564-4400. We serve all of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.