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Bartis Law Office, PLLC
New Hampshire and Massachusetts are both strict liability states when it comes to dog bites. This means if you or your child have been the victim of a dog bite, the owner of that dog is liable for the damages and injuries. If you have been the victim of a dog bite, having the legal services of attorney Robert Bartis in your corner may be the best way to protect your rights and get the settlement you need. Dog bite injuries can range from minor to severe and life-altering. There may even be situations where someone is injured when trying to get away from a dangerous or aggressive dog. Possible injuries can include:

  • Puncture wounds and lacerations
  • Infections at wound sites
  • Amputation
  • Life-long scarring
  • Painful disability
  • Death

Resources: Dog Bite Statistics

Dog Bite Injury Consequences

The consequences of a dog bite attack can be both physically and emotionally traumatizing. There may be hospital stays involved, on-going surgeries, and a life-long fear of dogs. The financial costs of injuries can be astounding and affect the entire family. While you focus on your recovery, personal injury attorney Robert Bartis can focus on your protection and getting you what you deserve. Robert Bartis will compassionately listen to the details and evaluate the pain and suffering you have endured. Then, he will fight to get you or your child what you need to recover. As a skilled dog bite injury lawyer, he will gather the evidence needed to prove your injuries and work with medical experts to relay the impact of those injuries. He will also document your losses and fight to get you get the best possible resolution.

When you or your child have been victimized by someone else’s dog, it is imperative that you act quickly and know your rights. Attorney Robert Bartis will listen to your story through a free initial consultation to see if he may be able to get you the compensation you need and deserve.

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