Dog bite injuries can be devastating.
Dogs biting or injuring people are common in every state. In every state, the law is different for dog biting. In many states, the owner is strictly liable for any dog bites that take place. Where as some states allow the dog “one free bite.” If the dog has not violent tendencies in the past then the owner may not be held liable. In addition, if the owner has prior knowledge the dog may bite then a victim can ask for compensation for a dog bite. A dog bite injury lawyer can help you file a case for your injuries. So contact the best lawyers today!
State dog bite laws are a combination of local and state laws. Therefore, it is a good to consult with lawyer who specializes in animal bite laws in your area. In New Jersey, Dog owners are held strictly liable when victim is lawfully on private property or on public property and a dog bite occurs.
Our dog bite injury lawyers are available to answer your questions. Riviere Advocacy Group LLC has successfully won compensation for those who have suffered serious injuries due to someone else’s negligence in keeping their dog from harming others. Similarly , we can help you win your dog bite case.
Our lawyers will fight hard to get you compensation for your injuries. We will provide you with a free consultation. We will provide a case evaluation specific to the facts of your case. If we decide to take your case, you pay nothing unless our personal injury lawyers win. So feel free to contact us today.
Dog Bite Statistics?
Each day, about 1,000 U.S. citizens require emergency care treatment for dog bite injury.
The combination of pit bulls, rottweilers, their close mixes are those which are most common, and are responsible for:
- 77% of attacks that induce bodily harm
- 73% of attacks to children
- 81% of attack to adults
- 68% of attacks that result in fatalities
- 76% that result in maiming
More statistical information is available here.
Our dog bite lawyers can help you get compensation for the physical and emotional scarring that results from dog attack.
In a dog bite injury lawsuit, you may be able to win compensation for all of your injuries, including :
- Medical Bills
- Hospital Bills
- Rehabilitation Costs
- Lost Wages
- Loss of Earning Power
- Pain and Other Physical Distress
- Psychological Suffering
- Loss of Well-being as a Consequence of Injury and Losses
Our firm works with our clients through contingent fee agreements. This means Riviere Advocacy Group LLC, agrees to be paid a fee only if your claim is successful, either through an out of court settlement or by a judgment following a court proceeding. Once a successful settlement or judgment has been awarded, our dog bite lawyers receive a percentage of the recovery.
If there is no recovery, there is no fee.