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San Diego Lawyers for Dog Bite Victims

Being attacked or bitten by a dog is a traumatic experience, both physically and emotionally. No matter its severity, a dog attack can have serious health effects and lead to lasting fear and stress.

Unfortunately, more than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs every year in the U.S. One-fifth of those bites requires medical attention. Children are at a higher risk of being bitten, and their injuries tend to be more severe. Even when they don’t bite, dogs often attack people. Because they are frequently large, powerful animals, they can inflict serious harm.

If you have been attacked or bitten by a dog, seeking legal recourse might not be at the top of your mind. But an ER visit, stitches, possible surgery, medication, and other expenses add up fast. We have experience with these cases and can work with the dog owners and their insurance company and seek compensation for your medical bills, time away from work, and other losses related to the incident. We offer a free initial consultation, so you can tell us your story and discuss the next steps without obligation.

About CaseyGerry

Founded in 1947, CaseyGerry is San Diego’s most experienced personal injury law firm. We have helped many people recover from a dog bite or attack. We offer the personal attention you deserve as you navigate a traumatic moment in your life or the life of a loved one. Many of our people have been with CaseyGerry more than 30 years. We also have a dedicated investigation department with two full-time investigators.

If you were bitten or attacked by a dog, the first step is to ensure you have received all necessary medical attention. Then call us, so we can help you recover from your injuries and the financial burden they cause. We welcome you to contact CaseyGerry at (619) 238-1811 to schedule a no-obligation, confidential consultation with one of our attorneys.

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What to Do if a Dog Bites or Attacks You

  • Protect Yourself
  • Seek Immediate Medical Attention
  • Report the Bite
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