Skilled Legal Support After A Dog Bite Injury
Animal attacks can result in serious injury, scarring and infection, especially when children are involved. If an animal has bitten you or your child, your first priority should be to seek immediate medical attention. Your second priority should be to contact the experienced attorneys at Ainsman Levine, LLC. If the bite results in rabies, infection, loss of motor skills, disfigurement or any other serious injury, you may have the right to seek financial damages from the animal’s owner and the owner of the property that holds the animal.
Most animal-related injuries involve dog bites, and our Pittsburgh legal teams has extensive experience representing those with dog bite injury claims. Other animals that will attack humans, given provocation, include cats, horses, rats and other rodents, snakes, bears, and bats — to name a few. The wounds caused by these animals are unique, with their severity varying greatly based on factors like size of the animal, size and type of teeth, and risk of infection. We have experience handling personal injury claims for those injured by animals and you can trust that we understand the unique areas of law involved.
Our attorneys work tirelessly to ensure that victims receive the appropriate compensation to recover from their medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
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If you or a loved one has been a victim of a dog bite or other animal attack, you should speak to a seasoned personal injury lawyer immediately to learn more about preserving your rights and protecting your interests. The personal injury attorneys at Ainsman Levine, LLC, will help you understand the issues involved in your case and guide you through this complex area of law. We will concentrate on your financial recovery so you can focus on recovering physically and emotionally.
Call us today at 412-944-2235 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney. We look forward to protecting your rights and your future.