Dog Bites and Animal Attacks Can Cause Serious and Lasting Injuries

Dogs and other pets will always remain animals, no matter how endeared they become to their owners. And as animals, their behavior will always remain unpredictable. When pet owners risk your safety by failing to control their pets, and by falsely assuming their pets deserve an unwritten exemption to pet-control laws, you deserve the chance to seek financial compensation following serious injuries.

At Markowitz O'Donnell, LLP, we can provide experienced legal assistance following animal attacks. Have you been injured:

  • By a dog bite?
  • By dog attack?
  • By a farm animal while working as an agricultural worker?

You deserve to be safe from others' pets and agricultural animals. If you or a loved one has been injured in an animal attack, contact Markowitz O'Donnell, LLP, for experienced legal help. Call 609-482-3138 or 866-437-1189 for a free initial consultation.

Protecting Your Right to Compensation

Dog bites and bites by other animals commonly result in:

  • Scarring
  • Facial scarring
  • Prolonged and painful rabies treatments
  • Wrongful death

Firm attorneys Joshua Markowitz and Michael O'Donnell have handled hundreds of personal injury claims, and can aggressively and effectively pursue compensation following animal bites and attacks.

We can investigate your attack, interview witnesses, obtain police reports and medical records, and work with physicians to prove cause and quantify damages. We can then negotiate with the negligent animal owner's insurer to pursue the compensation you need and deserve. If insurers fail to offer a fair settlement amount, we can immediately file for a jury trial, and provide aggressive and experienced legal representation in court.

Contact Us — Consultations are Free

If you have questions regarding dog and animal attack injuries, contact our lawyers. We offer free initial consultations, are available for evening and weekend appointments, and are conveniently located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, at the intersection of Princeton Pike and I-95. To contact us, call 609-482-3138 or 866-437-1189.