What To Do After A Dog Bite Or Animal Attack
A serious dog bite or animal attack can traumatize a person for years — and instill in children a fear of animals that could last a lifetime.
If you or your child was a dog bite victim on a city street, playground or schoolyard in Pennsylvania, you have rights that must be protected. In Chambersburg, Franklin County and throughout central Pennsylvania, one law firm protects those rights — especially your right to pursue maximum financial compensation for any physical disfigurement or emotional problems caused when an angry, unattended dog attacked you.
At DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger, our skilled lawyers use their legal knowledge of a pet owner’s strict liability, their investigative prowess, negotiating skills and aggressive litigation to hold pet owners and their insurers accountable. The animal owner whose dog bites a delivery person, postal worker or defenseless child should be the one to pay for this accident — not you.
Founded in 1982, DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger has a strong track record of success in all types of personal injury and premises liability cases, including dog bites. Our attorneys are well-known for their large law firm knowledge and small law firm service.
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Our compassionate Pennsylvania lawyers understand the challenges of dealing with an injury received in an animal attack. We recognize that most outdoor pets are bred and trained to be safe around people and children. But a minority of dog owners raise their animals to be vicious and aggressive toward the unsuspecting. Our attentive, experienced law offices want you to receive the financial compensation you deserve for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional trauma.
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We accept all cases, locally and statewide, on a contingency fee basis. This means you pay no attorney fees unless we win your case. In addition, we advance all costs of litigation such as deposition costs, filing fees and expert witness fees. Even if we are not successful in obtaining money damages for you, you are not responsible for those costs.