Holding Negligent Dog Owners Accountable For Victims' Injuries

There may be no other category of injury that is more horrific than a dog bite. Being attacked by an animal not only leaves the victims with physical injuries, but they can frequently suffer from severe emotional damage as well. This can be especially true for children who naturally love animals and would never imagine that one could be vicious.

Dog owners have a responsibility to keep their animals under control at all times. When they fail to do so and innocent people are injured, owners can and should be held accountable for any losses suffered by their victims. If you or a loved one was injured in a dog bite incident or another type of animal attack, you should seek the advice of a reliable personal injury attorney as soon as possible.

Seeking Justice For Rhode Island And Massachusetts Dog Bite Victims

At Karns Law Group, our lawyers seek maximum compensation for victims who are suffering because of a dog owner's negligence. From our offices in Providence, Wakefield and Middletown, we represent clients throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts. We have a complete understanding of local leash and containment laws in these matters, and we know how to present a strong case in support of your claim.

Many dog owners will attempt to avoid their responsibility in these cases by saying that the dog was provoked or that the victim was trespassing. We understand the types of injuries that can happen in these cases. We conduct thorough investigations in order to obtain the necessary evidence to secure the medical care and financial support you need to recover from your injuries.

Contact One Of Our Offices About Your Animal Attack Claim

We invite you to learn more about your rights and legal options after a dog bite or animal attack. Call Karns Law Group at locally at 401-239-1085, toll free at 888-KARNS-LAW or contact us via email to schedule a free consultation with an experienced dog bite attorney. We accept personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you.