Injured by a Dog Bite?

Call a Connecticut Animal Attacks Injuries and Scarring Lawyer

According to reports by the U.S. Center for Disease Control, animal bites are not a small problem. Over four and a half million Americans are bitten by pet animals every year, including nearly a million who require medical treatment and hospitalization. Dog bites are typically among the top twelve causes of injury every year.

Aggressive breeds of dangerous dogs cause millions of injuries every year

If you have been bitten by a dog or other animal, contact the personal injury lawyers of Polinsky Law Group LLC, Attorneys At Law, in Hartford, Connecticut, to help you seek fair money damages for your injuries. We understand that people are often bitten by their neighbor’s, a friend’s, or a relative’s dog. We know that suing an acquaintance or relative can be a very delicate matter. We are sympathetic to the financial concerns of the animal’s owner, as we work directly with their insurance company to seek a fair settlement. In many cases, the financial damage to the pet owner may be minimal.

No attorney’s fees for our services if you don’t recover money

Free initial consultation about your dog bite or animal attack case. If you or a child in your family has been bitten by a dog or other family pet, there are some important things to remember:

  • First, seek medical attention. If the bite has punctured the skin, there is a chance of infection and other medical problems that may not show up right away.
  • Second, gather as much health and shot record information as possible from the owner. If the owner can’t be found, contact the police immediately.
  • Finally, do not accept a private settlement offer. Talk to an experienced personal injury lawyer before deciding how to handle the situation.

Our attorneys will give you a free assessment of your dog bite or animal attack case and help you decide whether to pursue a legal settlement. Don’t get hurt twice! We can help you recover the fair money damages you may be entitled to. Get medical attention, then contact us right away.