Even The Most Well Intentioned Dog Owners Are Still Liable For Their Dog's Actions
Dog owners who disobey local leash laws are liable under the laws of negligence for any bites suffered by any innocent victim. It's the owner's responsibility to secure their dog – otherwise it will be their responsibility to pay when a dog bite occurs.
Since 1992, Villani & DeLuca, P.C. has been assisting New Jersey residents in obtaining monetary compensation for personal injuries suffered due to a dog bite injuries. Villani & DeLuca, P.C. partner Carmine Villani, Esq. has continued to utilize his success, knowledge, and experience with handling NJ dog bite cases in order to teach other NJ lawyers to do the same, in a recent seminar entitled “Handling the Dog Bite Case in New Jersey”.
Upon receiving your call, a Villani & DeLuca, P.C. attorney will meet with you as soon as possible to obtain the full details of the dog bite incident, including the owner of the dog, the location where the dog bite occurred, the injuries suffered by the client, the effects of the injury on the client's life, as well as any other necessary facts relevant to the case.
Since 1996, Villani & DeLuca P.C., has been committed to serving your legal needs with professionalism and respect. If you or a family member have suffered an injury related to a dog bite in New Jersey, contact Villani & DeLuca to find out if you have a case! Mr. Villani will discuss the necessary steps needed in order to approach the possibility of compensation for your injuries. Call Carmine R. Villani, Esq. today for a free of charge legal consultation.
Dog Bite Legal Guidance
Some of the questions that we will ask you upon our initial contact will be as follows:
- What Type Of Dog Bit You?
- Did You Speak To The Dog's Owner?
- Did You Speak To The Dog Owner's Insurance Representative?
- Did You Go To The Doctor Or Hospital?
- Do You Know The Owner Of The Dog?
- Did You Called The Police?
- Who Will Pay For Your Medical Bills?
- Should You Bring A Lawsuit If The Dog Owner Is A Friend, Neighbor Or Relative?