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Recovery - $1,400,000Case Description - MVA-front seat passenger; tractor trailer made turn directly into passenger door Description Injuries - Closed head injuries including multiple facial fractures requiring surgery, cervical and lumbar surgeries, with shoulder and leg injuries.
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Hire Expert Attorneys for Dog Bite Accidents in Philadelphia

If someone’s pet in Philadelphia has inured you, then you need to hire an experienced dog bite accidents attorney from Master Weinstein Moyer, P.C.. We can be your legal advocate and secure compensation for your damages and injuries. A settlement allows us to recoup damages for pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, and more. Your personal health insurance doesn’t always cover these injuries, so it’s necessary to sue the negligent party for these costs.

Why You Need Legal Representation

A dog bite accidents attorney has experience with animal attack injuries. We can help you to understand that dog owners are required by Pennsylvania state law to keep dogs confined on leashes or within their own properties. If a dog attacks someone or bites someone, the dog’s owner can be held liable for any injury and/or damage that may occur as a result of this bite or bites. If a landlord allows a tenant to own a dog that is dangerous, they can be held liable for any injuries too.

Dog Bites Laws in Pennsylvania

According to Pennsylvania’s Dangerous Dog Laws,  3 P.S. 459, a dog is a “dangerous dog” if:

  • “the dog has injured a person, without provocation, on public or private property,
  • the dog has killed or injured a domestic animal without provocation, while off the owner’s property,
  • the dog has attacked a human being without provocation, or
  • the dog was used to commit a crime.”

The dog doesn’t have to be labeled a dangerous dog for these laws to apply. This means that even if this is the first time the dog has been aggressive, any individual injured by said dog can sue for injuries or damages.

Hire an Experienced Dog Bite Accidents Attorney Today

If you’ve been bitten by a dog in or around Philadelphia, our legal experts at Master Weinstein Moyer, P.C., can help you. We offer free consultations to learn about the details of your case and to answer your questions about the legal process ahead. To learn more about our legal services and to schedule this important consultation, call our law office today at 215-561-2800.