Pursuing Claims Against Negligent Dog Owners

Dogs are inherently dangerous animals that must be not only properly trained, but also carefully supervised if people are going to be safe around them. If you have been injured due to a dog bite, you may be entitled to compensation from the dog's owner.

At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, we help dog bite victims pursue claims against negligent owners. Contact us today to schedule a free, confidential consultation with an experienced personal injury trial lawyer.

We have convenient offices in Lexington, Andover and Nashua. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingent-fee basis; if we are unable to obtain compensation for your injuries, we will not charge attorneys' fees.

Understanding How The Law Applies To Dog Bite Cases

In Massachusetts and New Hampshire, dog owners are generally held strictly liable for dog bite injuries. Whether or not a dog belongs to a dangerous breed, it has the potential to seriously injure people and must be kept under the owner's control and supervision at all times.

Our firm handles many dog bite cases and has a high success rate at obtaining compensation for our clients. We are fully prepared to take cases to trial if necessary.

Whether you were bit by a dog while you were on the owner's property, on the sidewalk, in a public park or anywhere else, we can help you identify potential insurance coverage and pursue the money damages you deserve for your injuries.

Seeking Compensation For Serious Harm To You Or Your Child

Injuries from dog bites and other animal attacks often have long-term or permanent consequences, including maiming, scarring and disfiguration. The physical and psychological consequences can be particularly traumatic for children who are bitten by dogs.

Don't hesitate to contact us to discuss what our attorneys can do to help you pursue fair compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.