Freehold Dog Bites Lawyer

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that nearly 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs every year. Nearly 800,000 of those suffer dog bite injuries severe enough to require medical attention. At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, we have significant experience representing victims of animal attacks.

Children account for nearly 50 percent of all dog bite injuries, most often suffering injuries to the face and neck. No one is immune to dog bites. In fact, nearly 5 percent of all dog bite injuries are work-related.

Experienced New Jersey Injury Attorneys
Representing People Injured By Dog Bites

Our attorneys work closely with our clients and their doctors to understand the issues involved in their cases. We recognize that some dog bites result in serious but treatable puncture wounds and lacerations that will fade in time. Other dog bites result in broken and crushed bones, scarring and amputations that leave permanent physical and emotional injuries. Regardless of the severity of the injury, it is important to contact an experienced dog bite lawyer to explain your rights.

Recovering Compensation For Dog Bite Victims

Many people injured by dogs never file a personal injury claim, assuming there is no way to recover damages. However, almost all business and homeowners insurance policies cover dog bite injuries. Our attorneys work for our clients to maximize the compensation they receive for their injuries. In cases involving serious and catastrophic injuries or wrongful death, we are prepared to go to trial to ensure that our clients receive optimal compensation for a dog bite injury.

Contact Our New Jersey Dog Bite Injury Attorneys

If you or a family member has been seriously injured as a result of a dog bite, please contact The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger at any of our Ocean County or Monmouth County offices. Our lawyers can be reached by phone at 732-702-0333 or contact us online.