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When you schedule your free consultation with The New Jersey Dog Bite Lawyer, you should come prepared with specific questions for us to address. Some of the common questions clients ask us are:
Each dog bite case is unique to the person, involving specific circumstances and actions leading to their injuries. During compensation negotiations, the impact of the bite injuries on your physical and mental health will be a key element. Serious injuries limiting a person’s ability to work and requiring costly medical intervention lead to the highest recovery amounts.
In some cases, particularly those involving serious dog bite injuries, the owner’s insurance company will reach out soon after the incident to present an initial offer. The offer you receive is unlikely to be the best you can get given the circumstances. You can call The New Jersey Dog Bite Lawyer for free to discuss the offer and review its merits with a lawyer who has decades of experience evaluating settlement figures.
Yes, you have a right to claim compensation if you were bitten during the course of your working duties. The New Jersey Dog Bite Lawyer has settled numerous cases for victims bitten by a dog while working. Whether you’re a USPS employee or a Trenton police officer working out of the Clinton Ave headquarters, there are several legal options available after a dog attack.
In a typical dog bite case, we set a date 6 months from the date of the bite to issue a demand letter to the dog owner’s insurance company, if the case is ready (if we have all the necessary information and documentation). About 75% of our cases settle at that time. If a Complaint has to be filed, the litigation process usually takes about a year.
Under New Jersey dog bite law, Trenton dog bite victims can recover their cosmetic treatment expenses from the dog’s owner. The New Jersey Dog Bite Lawyer can help put you in touch with the state’s leading cosmetic surgeons and use his litigation experience to ensure the owner pays the costs.
For childhood dog bite victims in particular, psychological treatment can be of immense value to the dog bite injury recovery process. The New Jersey Dog Bite Lawyer has a vast network of resources for childhood dog bite victims and their families, including connections with the top psychologists in their field.
When you suffer a serious injury, you’re unlikely to be able to work for days, weeks, even months after the attack. This lost income is the responsibility of the dog’s owner, and the New Jersey Dog Bite Lawyer battles the insurance companies to ensure your full wages, bonuses, and other employment income is included during settlement negotiations.
In David’s decades of experience serving communities throughout the state, he’s litigated the following case types:
When a dog bites a child, it can impact all members of your family. Myself and my team can help you gain compensation for your loss of work and time spent caring for your child after a traumatic dog bite event.read more
If you’re a USPS worker in Jersey City or an Uber driver in Patterson and become the victim of a dog attack, I will fight your case. I will pursue all parties responsible and help support you in seeking compensation.read more
If you have been the victim of a dog attack in the dog owner’s home, the owner could be liable for your injuries. Myself and my staff will negotiate tirelessly with the New Jersey insurance companies so you don’t have to take an active role in pursuing your claim directly.read more
Under New Jersey law, the owner is not the only party who can be held responsible for a dog attack. We pursue landlords in cases where victims are bitten by a dog known to the landlord and other tenants.read more