Salem Dog Bite Attorney

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Thousands of people are hurt each year by dog bites in Massachusetts, most often on their head, face, neck and extremities, such as their hands. Dog bites can be very serious and can result in permanent disfigurement and fatal injuries.

In Massachusetts, a dog owner is obligated to properly restrain his or her dog at all times and to warn people of potential threats. If a dog bites you, the owner is strictly liable for your injuries. You do not have to prove that the dog is violent. You only need to show is that the dog belongs to the owner, and you did not provoke the dog by teasing or harassing it.

At David M. Gabriel & Associates, we provide compassionate, diligent representation to victims of dog bites in Salem, Beverly, Burlington and the broader Boston community. We go above and beyond for all clients, helping them get full and fair compensation for their injuries and suffering.

We have convenient offices in Beverly, Salem and Burlington. We will even come to you at home or in the hospital. If you have been bitten, contact our law firm at 978-712-4825 or 978-998-6829. You will not pay any attorneys fees unless we recover compensation for you.

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Typically, dog bite and animal attack injuries are covered by an owner's homeowners policy. It takes time to heal from an animal attack or dog bite. Do not let an insurance company convince you to settle before you are fully healed.

Following a dog bite, you should immediately get medical attention. Before talking to an insurance adjuster, you should speak to one of our lawyers to help you determine if the dog owner is legally responsible for your injuries. We have represented individuals suffering from a variety of dog bite injuries, including:

  • Facial lacerations
  • Scarring
  • Nerve damage
  • Punctures
  • Crushed bones
  • Tissue loss
  • Emotional pain and suffering

Pet-friendly hotels that allow dogs on their premises are responsible for taking measures to protect their guests from potential dog bites. If you have been bitten by a dog in a hotel, we will help to determine if the hotel was negligent or employed negligent security measures.

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If you have been bitten by a dog, contact our lawyers online or call us at 978-712-4825 or 978-998-6829.