Dog bite injuries can be more serious then car accidents. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers at The Levin Firm understand that a dog bite injury can range from loss of limbs, loss of fingers, loss of toes and even death, to simple bites requiring stitches and treatment through physical therapy. Our attorneys treat all dog bite injury cases as the most serious types of cases because of the psychological and physical impact dog bites have on our clients.
We understand the fear of dog bites and other pet bites, and their effect on our personal injury clients. In Pennsylvania, dogs must always be on their leash if they are out of their home area. When dogs are allowed to roam freely, dog bites occur and our dog bite clients suffer from disfigurement including broken bones, deep bruises, cuts and other wounds that result in our clients requiring treatment for psychological problems, plastic surgery, physical therapy and even rabies treatment. Our personal injury lawyers regularly work with insurance companies to get the best results for our dog bite clients.
Our team of aggressive investigators and lawyers devote their maximum effort and time to their dog bite and pet bite clients. At The Levin Firm, our Pennsylvania and New Jersey personal injury attorneys represent our dog bite clients with the same passion and vigor as all of our personal injury clients.
When you need a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or New Jersey personal injury lawyer to represent you, a family member or friend who has suffered serious physical and psychological trauma from a dog bite or pet bite, you can feel confident when you contact The Levin Firm, where our personal injury lawyers work to obtain the best result for each possible case. To arrange a free consultation, please give us a call at 215-825-5183 or send us an email via the form above.
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