Pasadena Dog Bite Attorneys Helping Individuals Throughout Southern California

Dog attacks can cause serious injuries and permanent scarring and disfigurement. Pasadena-based Fierstadt & Mans, LLP, helps those injured by animal attacks hold owners liable for the acts of their pets and recover the compensation they need to heal from their injuries and move forward with their lives.

Experienced Animal Attack Injury Lawyers: Representing Victims Of Animal Attacks Throughout Los Angeles And Southern California

California's dog attack laws do not require pet owners to have prior notice of their animals' predisposition to bite. Instead, the law recognizes that every animal has the propensity to attack. This means dog owners are strictly liable for the injuries their dogs inflict even if they had no reason to believe their animals would attack.

Dog attacks can cause serious, permanent injuries. Many people are left permanently disfigured or scarred from dog bites, others may experience broken bones, and some attacks are even fatal. Unfortunately, many victims of dog bites are children.

In California, many pet owners take their dogs to the beach and let them off their leashes. When dog owners lose control of their pets and dogs charge, innocent bystanders can be knocked down and hurt.

Dog bite injuries may require repeated and expensive medical treatments. At Fierstadt & Mans, LLP, our attorneys help clients obtain the compensation they need to seek medical care, heal from their injuries and stay financially afloat.

Compensating Dog Bite Victims For Their Injuries

If you have been injured in an animal attack or by a dog bite, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, including current and future medical bills, plastic surgery costs, and loss of current and future wages.

You may also be able to collect compensation for any pain and suffering you experienced as a result of your injuries.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a dog attack, contact Pasadena dog bite lawyers Fierstadt & Mans, LLP, today at 626-449-7379.