Dog Bites & Animal Attacks

Animal-inflicted Injuries

Dog bites are a serious problem in America today. According to the U.S. Department of Human and Health Services, more than 800,000 Americans seek medical treatment for dog bites each year.

Victims of animal attacks, including those from dog bites and other animal-inflicted injuries, are at risk for infection and may require plastic surgery to reconstruct damaged parts of the body and to prevent or mitigate permanent scars.

Discuss your legal rights with an experienced scar and injury attorney after an animal bite or an attack. Contact an attorney at the law offices of Willis, Willis & Rizzi Co., L.P.A., to schedule a free initial consultation.

Explore Relevant Issues, Including:

  • Insurance: whose insurance is responsible?
  • Medical care: the importance of prompt, high-quality evaluation, treatment, and care by qualified doctors
  • Tangible losses to victims: lost wages, loss of career options, and medical expenses
  • Intangible but real losses: pain and suffering, psychological trauma, and social consequences of scarring

The attorneys at Willis, Willis & Rizzi Co., L.P.A. are in their fifth decade of providing focused personal injury legal representation throughout Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. We have represented victims who have suffered serious injury as a result of the negligence of others. We often represent people who have been hurt in car accidents, motorcycle crashes, truck wrecks, and many other occurrences causing serious injuries, including dog bites. If you or one of your children has been bitten by a dog or an exotic animal, you owe it to yourself and your family to discuss important things with an experienced attorney that you might not have thought about. We welcome the opportunity to evaluate your animal attack case and share from our knowledge of personal injury law.

We offer a free consultation, and there are no attorney fees unless we secure compensation.

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