Just as property owners have a responsibility to maintain a safe environment for patrons and passersby, animal owners have a duty to maintain control of their pets. If you or a loved one suffered injuries due to a dog bite or another domestic animal attack, it’s important to protect yourself by obtaining representation from a lawyer experienced in premises liability law, particularly laws pertaining to dog bites and animal attacks.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to a pet owner’s negligence, contact us today for a free consultation. We represent clients throughout Monmouth County and Middlesex County.
At the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., we have witnessed the physical and psychological effects of serious dog bites. Not only can scarring and disfigurement affect a victim for the rest of his or her life, but a lasting fear of dogs and other animals may also result.
By working closely with you and your family, we will see that you receive necessary medical treatment, take steps to hold the negligent pet owner accountable, and explore options for securing just compensation to cover your expenses and pain and suffering.
We will thoroughly investigate the details of the incident. If the animal has attacked others in the past and the owner did little or nothing to address the issue, we may be able to highlight a history of violent behavior and further support your claim.
Although you may have moral issues with taking legal action to hold a violent or overly aggressive dog responsible, it’s important to remember that the owner of the animal failed both in his or her duty to protect you, as well as the animal. By taking action, you not only protect yourself, but can also help ensure others do not suffer the same fate.
After a dog attack, take immediate action by contacting an experienced personal injury lawyer. We will help you understand what to do:
Don’t hesitate to speak with us during a free consultation. Contact the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., by calling 732-333-8942 or by sending an email. From our office in Manalapan, we represent clients in Monmouth County, Middlesex County and throughout New Jersey. We operate on a contingency fee structure, meaning you pay nothing unless we recover on your behalf.