Representing Dog Bite Victims
Let Our Long Island Dog Bite Attorneys Protect Your Rights
Have you suffered an injury due to a dog bite? Were you a victim of any
type of animal attack? Gruenberg Kelly Della can provide the strong representation
required to resolve your complex case. Our Long Island dog bite lawyers
are backed by
more than 100 years of combined experience and have secured
$100+ million in verdicts and settlements for clients over the years.
Our team is dedicated to giving injury victims the informed counsel and
guidance they need to secure a positive results in their cases. You can
rest assured knowing that you will received quality representation and
insightful legal services when you work with our firm. With our expertise
and proven track record of success, we are more than prepared to bring
justice to your dog bite case.
Call our office at (888) 305-6372 to share your story with our Long Island
dog bite attorneys.
Handling All Types of Dog Bite Injuries
Dog bites can be very painful and costly, causing extensive and unique
injuries. In many cases, the victim is taken completely by surprise by
an attacking dog. These cases can often be very difficult to resolve,
as owner liability and negligence must be determined and proven. Our team
of seasoned dog bite attorneys in Long Island know how to handle these
cases and can provide incisive representation during this time.
We fight for damages caused by the following types of injuries:
- Cuts, puncture wounds, and lacerations
- Tissue loss
- Scars and infections
- Emotional and mental trauma
- Other various injuries
At our firm, we take the time to review your situation and form a comprehensive
case that effectively demonstrates your right to compensation. Gruenberg
Kelly Della treats each and every client with respect, dignity, and attention,
always striving to go above and beyond to secure a favorable outcome.
Dog Bite Laws in New York
New York is a "mixed" state when it comes to dog bites, meaning
that it incorporates both elements of strict liability and a "one
bite" rule. Owners of "dangerous dogs" that have attack
or injured another person withour provocation or behaves in a way that
causes a reasonable person to believe the dog poses a threat may be held
stirictly liable for all medical expenses their dogs should inflict to
others. For other damages, such as pain and suffering or lost wages, injured
parties must be able to show that the dog owner acted negligently or failed
to exercise reasonable care to prevent the injuries from occurring. Dog
owners may also be charged with a misdemeanor crime if their dangerous
dog causes serious injury or death to another person as a result of negligence,
such as by letting a known dangerous animal roam freely without a leash.
If you are ready to take the first step in your case,
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