Pennsylvania Dog Bite Attorneys
Statistics: According to the Center for Disease and Control (CDC), 368,245 persons were treated in U.S. emergency departments in 2001 for nonfatal dog-bite related injuries. 42% of dog bites occurred among children aged 14 years and younger. Injury rates were highest among children aged 5-9 years and were significantly higher for boys than for girls. During 1997 and 1998, 27 people died as a result of dog bite attacks. Pit Bulls and Rottweilers were involved in over half of these fatalities. For more, visit DogsBite.org.
Proving the dog bite case can be complex and difficult. Homeowner insurance companies start working to protect their interests the minute the dog bite is reported. They will spare no expense to minimize or defeat your claim. You need a PA dog bite attorney to work for you.
Why should you contact Freeburn & Hamilton?
- Freeburn & Hamilton has the experienced team of dog bite attorneys and professionals that you need to get the money you deserve.
- Freeburn & Hamilton will deal with the insurance companies so that you can concentrate on recovering from your dog bite injury.
- Call now! Evidence fades, conditions change and witnesses disappear. Freeburn & Hamilton will immediately assign a team of PA dog bite attorneys, paralegals and an in-house investigator to your case.
- Freeburn & Hamilton has the knowledge, experience and resources to handle serious injury and death cases. We have handled numerous cases involving death, quadriplegia, paralysis, amputation, brain, neck, back, shoulder, knee, wrist, hand injuries and scars. We have recovered millions for our clients since 1982.
- Free consultation! The call is absolutely free.
- No Recovery, No Fee. You pay absolutely no fee unless we recover money for you!
- We make house calls! An attorney from Freeburn & Hamilton will come to your Pennsylvania home or meet you in the hospital. We will also meet in the evenings or on weekends.