Dog Bite Attorney in Oakland County
Receive Justice for Personal Injury
More than 4 million dog bite incidents occur in the United States, with
hundreds of thousands of these bites needed medical attention. In Michigan,
the law provides for strict liability in dog bite cases. This means that
the dog's owner is liable for the damage, unless the victim deliberately
provoked the dog. Regardless of where the attack occurs, we seek compensation
from the animal owner's homeowner's insurance policy.
If you or a family member has been injured in an animal attack in the Detroit
metro area, the Law Offices of Todd J. Stearn, P.C., can provide experienced
personal injury representation in Southfield and surrounding areas. We understand that
a dog bite can be a traumatic experience, especially if the victim is
a child. Our Oakland County injury lawyers will work diligently to recover
the compensation you deserve.
Animal Bites May Cause Permanent Damage
Dog bite victims and their families often need considerable compensation
to pay their medical expenses, including cosmetic procedures and rehabilitative
therapy. Victims may also need psychotherapy if they suffer post-traumatic
stress disorder (PTSD). Damages are available for lost wages and pain
and suffering as well.
Dog and other animal bites can cause dangerous and disfiguring injuries such as:
- Facial scarring
- Eye injuries and blindness
- Broken or crushed bones
- Head and skull injuries
- Muscle and tissue injuries
Animal bites can also cause wounds that are at risk for developing infections
from the bacteria in the animal's mouth. This may lead to further
injury, illness or disability.
Contact Us For Representation in Southfield & the Surrounding Areas
Don't suffer alone. If you are a victim, we can get you the compensation
you deserve. For a free consultation with an attorney serving Southfield,
contact us today.