Landover Dog Bite Lawyer

Dog Bites

While most of us consider dogs to be “man’s best friend,” the unfortunate reality is that at times, either due to careless/abusive owners, or simply a bad personality, dogs can become quite vicious. If you were attacked by a dog, then you understand this all too well. Fortunately, our experienced Landover dog bite lawyer is here to help. Our firm has fought on behalf of countless wrongly injured people throughout the state of Maryland, and we are ready to fight for you, too. Contact The Law Office of Conrad W. Judy III, LLC today to learn more about how our firm can assist you through every step of the claims process.

Do I Need a Landover Dog Bite Lawyer?

Dog bites can impact an individual for the rest of their lives, and at times, they can even be life-threatening, and if you are someone who has been attacked by a dog, you cannot afford to hire just any attorney to represent you during this time. Our firm has handled many dog bite cases in the past, and we are ready to put our knowledge and skill to work for you.

Common Injuries Associated With Dog Bites

As you know, dog attacks are particularly vicious, and those who are bitten by dogs will most likely sustain a wide array of injuries. Just some of the most common types of injuries associated with dog attacks are as follows:

  • Disfigurement
  • Concussions
  • Lacerations
  • Infections
  • Loss of limb
  • Scarring

Who is Responsible for a Dog Attack in Maryland?

In the state of Maryland, in most cases, when a dog attacks another person, the dog’s owner is considered the liable party. That being said, if you were attacked by a dog who was on a leash or while you were on the owner’s property, you will have to prove that the dog owner was negligent, such as by proving that the dog has a history of violence. On the other hand, if you were attacked by a dog who was not under the control of its owner, such as in a public place, you shouldn’t have to prove a history of violence, as the owner is responsible for keeping his or her dog under control.

You should also understand that there are certain situations where you may not have a valid dog bite claim at all. For example, if the dog owner can prove that you were trespassing on his or her property, teasing the dog, or otherwise provoked the attack in some way, you may not have a claim.

Contact Our Landover Dog Bite Lawyer

There are few things more painful than being attacked by a dog, and if you are a dog attack victim, you need an attorney who is ready to fight, tooth-and-nail, for your rightful compensation. Do not fight this battle alone. Contact The Law Office of Conrad W. Judy III, LLC today to schedule your free initial consultation with our firm.

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