Harrisburg and Camp Hill Dog Bite Lawyers
Animal Attack Lawyers
An animal or dog attack or dog bite can be a scary and often traumatizing event. The trauma and injuries can be even more damaging when the victim is a child, which is often the case. Serious injuries can occur including permanent scarring, infection (including rabies), disfigurement, injury to the nerves and soft-tissue damage. Even death can occur as a result of a vicious canine attack, either directly, or secondary to infection. Psychological injury can also occur which can last long after the physical injury heals.
These attacks and bites can happen at any time. An unrestrained dog can attack while you are walking in the park or in your neighborhood or even while performign work at someone’s home or performing delivery services.
Pet and Dog Owner’s Responsibility
In Pennsylvania, a dog owner is responsible for the behavior of their dog and keeping their dog or other pets restrained and supervised. If a dog or other pet attacks you, the owner and the owner’s homeowners insurance carrier may be responsible for your injuries, medical bills and lost wages.
In Pennsylvania, dog attacks and dog bites are governed by statute. In order to protect your rights or the rights of a loved one under the law, and proceed with a dog bite or animal attack claim, you need an experienced litigation attorney. Contact a lawyer at The Law Offices of Ethan K. Stone, LLC now.
Free Initial Consultation!
If you have been injured or if you are the parent of a child who has been injured in an animal attack or by a dog bite or attack, we know that you have many questions. These questions should be asked and answered very early on in the process so that the insurance companies do not take advantage of you. Contact the experienced Harrisburg Dog Bite Lawyers at The Law Offices of Ethan K. Stone, LLC to help you navigate the legal process.
We represent clients throughout Central Pennsylvania including in Harrisburg, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Lemoyne, Carlisle, Hershey, York, Lancaster, Lebanon and Perry and Juniata Counties.
Call us at (717) 220-3LAW (3529) or email us HERE to speak with an attorney and schedule a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION.