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Need an Experienced New Jersey Dog Bite Attorney?
The injuries caused by dog bites can be severe which makes the need for legal representation of an experienced New Jersey dog bite lawyer necessary. There are approximately 75 million dogs owned by residents of the United States, and the cost associated with dog bites and dog attacks is estimated to be about a billion dollars each year.
Quite frequently, dog bite lawsuits occur because many victims bitten by dogs suffer lacerations, disfigurement and tissue damage. The fact that people don’t expect dog to bite them or their guests make the victims almost defenseless during attacks.
The natural hunting instincts of dogs make them bite unsuspecting victims at the face and neck that can result in serious injuries. These injuries can result in scars which leave the victims mentally injured long after the physical pain subsides. The physical and psychological pain and suffering, including the costs of medical bills resulting from dog bite injuries can be a heavy burden for the victims to bear.
The dog bite law in the state of New Jersey is subject to strict liability legal principle, which means that an animal doesn’t get the privilege of “one free bite” in the state. Regardless of the previous viciousness of a dog, the owner of the dog that bites a person shall be held liable for the victim’s injuries if the person bitten is in a public place or lawfully in a private place during the attack.
If a dog bites you, a family member or friend, you need the legal representation of an experienced New Jersey dog bite lawyer to help you in filing a compensation lawsuit against the insurance provider of the dog owner. Filing a claim has nothing to do with going after the dog owner, but is simply a way to get the compensation you deserve for your lost wages, medical expenses, scars, and pain and suffering.
The personal injury attorneys at the Grossman Law Firm, LLC have represented many dog bite victims in New Jersey. We provide professional, aggressive representation to our clients with the support of our expert legal team that will take on New Jersey’s powerful insurance companies. We are known for our compassion and responsiveness to our clients and we always make sure that each of our clients is treated as an individual and not just another file.
At the Grossman Law Firm, LLC headed by New Jersey personal injury lawyer Scott D. Grossman, we represent dog bite victims on a contingency basis. Our fees are based on a percentage of the amount recovered from settlement or verdict of your case. If you can’t come to us, we will willingly travel to you or arrange for your transportation.
We are proud to serve clients throughout New Jersey in counties such as (but not limited to): Monmouth County, Middlesex County, Ocean County, Passaic County, Camden County, Mercer County, Union County, Hudson County, Essex County and beyond.
And localities such as Freehold Township, Paterson, Edison, Plainsboro, Rutherford, Bergenfield, Fairlawn, Woodbridge, Lakewood, Toms River, Hamilton, Trenton, Clifton, Brick, Cherry Hill, Middletown, Old Bridge, Gloucester Township, Franklin, Piscataway, New Brunswick, Jackson, Wayne, Howell, Perth Amboy, East Brunswick, South Brunswick, North Brunswick, Marlboro, Monroe, Manalapan, Toms River, Red Bank, Neptune, Sayreville, Elizabeth, Edison, Woodbridge, Lakewood, Jersey City, Newark and more!
If you or a loved one has been bit by a dog causing injury then do not hesitate to call The Grossman Law Firm for a FREE CASE EVALUATION at 877-764-2215.
**Note: We unfortunately do not handle or give advice on cases where a dog bit or attacked another dog and there was no human injury.