New Jersey Dog Bite Attorney
Dog Bites in New Jersey
New Jersey has very strict laws to protect victims of dog bites. If you injured from a dog in New Jersey, the first thing to do is seek immediate medical attention. Once you have the wounds treated, contact me on my cell phone 609-472-1008 so I can begin the process of protecting your rights.
While the New Jersey criminal laws regarding dog bites are now quite extensive to hold the owner of the dog negligent, the laws do not provide for compensation to the victim or the victim’s family. Bringing a claim in civil court can lead to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, or pain and suffering. Additionally, Dallas follows a leash law, meaning that a dog must be harnessed on a leash at all times when outside the house.
Dog Bite in New Jersey? Get the Right Representation, Right Away!
Dog bites are potentially dangerous occurrences that happen far too often through the state of New Jersey. If you or a loved one were injured by a dog bite or dog attack, do not hesitate to contact me on my cell at (609) 472-1008. While the New Jersey Criminal Courts may punish the dog owner for their negligence, this will not serve to make you whole again financially after a dog bite attack. A claim brought in civil court will assist you in further moving on after a brutal attack. You deserve to be compensated for your medical pain and suffering as most dog bites take a significant time to heal.
DOG BITE FAQS
Who is liable for dog bite injuries in New Jersey?
Dog owners are legally responsible for controlling their dogs. This means that owners must follow the leash laws and any other laws regarding dogs in the state in which they live or are visiting.
What damages are recoverable in a dog bite case?
If you or your family member has been injured by a dog bite there are a few damages that may be recoverable in a lawsuit. The damage that is most likely to be calculated into compensation is any medical expense. This can include costs for surgery, hospital stays, ambulance transportation, and any other expense related to your medical care. You may also receive compensation for lost wages if your injuries forced you to take time off of work. Lastly, you may be compensated for your pain and suffering.
What should I do if I’ve been bitten by a dog?
Once you have had your injuries examined by a medical professional, it is important to seek legal help. As soon as you can, find a knowledgeable lawyer who has experience with dog bite cases. I will be able to evaluate the incident and provide you with all your legal options. I am a strong dog bite lawyer and will be an invaluable asset in your fight for financial compensation. So if you or someone you love experienced a dog bite in New Jersey, contact me on my cell at 609-472-1008 and let me me fight for your rights!