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Dog And Animal Attacks

St. Paul Dog Bite And Animal Attack Lawyers

An animal attack or serious dog bite can be a traumatizing event for the victim and family members. Unfortunately, young children are the most frequent victims. The size and height of a child often places his or her head and face in the danger zone. Many adults also suffer severe injuries when attacked by neighbors’ pets, dogs and other animals roaming at large.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that in addition to young children, adults — especially the elderly — are vulnerable to disfigurement, scarring, nerve damage, infections and wrongful death in animal attacks. Animal owner negligence can also cause car accidents that call for thorough investigation and decisive legal action.

You Should Not Have To Pay For The Negligence Of Pet Owner

At Sand Law, our lawyers and legal team take animal attacks seriously. The emotional pain an attack victim experiences often compounds the severe physical injury he or she has suffered. Victims frequently struggle with a loss of their sense of safety. Our goal is to seek justice to help animal attack victims gain a sense of closure for the trauma they have experienced.

Medical bills, including future expenses that may arise from the need for future care, reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation, are frequently points of contention in personal injury cases. We do the hard work to bring in the right expert medical witnesses to present the facts to maximize compensation for our clients.

Minnesota law holds dog owners accountable for the actions of the pet — even if the dog has never shown signs of aggression before. If you or a loved one has suffered significant dog bite injury or physical harm in an attack involving any type of pet, we are ready, willing and able to help you obtain the fair and full compensation you are entitled to under the law. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that there is no fee unless we obtain compensation on your behalf.

Turn To Experienced Trial Lawyers In St. Paul And White Bear Lake

To arrange a no-pressure consultation with a dedicated dog bite attorney, send us an email or call 651-291-SAND (651-291-7263). We serve all of Minnesota.