Dog Bite Lawyer Bucks County, PA
Dogs are often portrayed as friendly, agreeable creatures—bright eyed, tail wagging companions who are loyal and friendly. However, the reality is that dogs, like all animals, can be extremely unpredictable.
The terrifying reality is that even the best-behaved dogs can be dangerous. Perhaps the dog belonged to a friend or a coworker. It seemed approachable, maybe you’ve pet it once or twice before. Despite this, there is still a possibility that the animal can lash out and attack. And the attack can be horrifying, especially if you were injured during the attack.
You may not realize it in the moment, but the result of a dog attack and any subsequent injuries associated with a dog bite can often lead to medical expenses and psychological trauma, regardless of how minimal the attack was. In these cases you need someone that you trust to make your claim for you while you focus on repairing your mind and body.
You need the dependable and experienced Bucks County Dog Bite Injury Lawyers at Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC.
We understand that there are many factors that may have contributed to your dog bite injury and that the laws in Pennsylvania regarding dog bites do not always favor the victim. We know that your main priority is to protect yourself and your family. While you take care of them, let us take care of you.
There are numerous details that need to be considered when seeking compensation for a dog bite injury. Pennsylvanian law goes far as to detail what is considered a dangerous dog and what conditions need to be met in order for the owner of the dog to be found liable. Here at Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC our knowledgeable lawyers pride ourselves in understanding all of the nuanced details of the laws so that we can best assist you.
Many factors must be taken into consideration when pursuing legal charges against the owner of the dog involved in the attack. If the attack took place on public or private property, if you had permission to be on the property, and if the dog was provoked or not are just some of the crucial factors in determining if the owner can be held legally responsible.
Additionally, depending on the severity of the injuries that occurred during the attack and as a result of the dog bite, you may be entitled to compensation. Dog bites can result in puncture wounds and lacerations, broken bones, complications such as nerve and tissue damage, or in the most tragic situations even death can occur.
If you or someone you know is in need of an experienced Dog Bite Injury Lawyer in Bucks County who can provide you with the knowledge and support that you need with navigating a legal pursuit of a dog bite associated injury, speak with our lawyers at Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC. We want to make sure the process is fair and that you get the results that you are entitled to. Call our office for a free consultation at (215) 969-3004.
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