San Jose Injury Lawyer for Child Dog Bite Victims
Helping Children Recover After a Dog Attack in Santa Clara County, California
Parents often encourage children to interact with friendly dogs or neighborhood pets to overcome their fear of large animals. It is devastating when one of these animals — or any other dog — turns violent and attacks a child. A child dog bite injury can be physically and emotionally traumatic for the child and can even lead to permanent damage.
As a parent dealing with the consequences of a child being attacked by a dog or other animal, you have many questions: What long-term effects will your child suffer? How will you manage significant medical expenses? Who is responsible for your childs dog bite injuries?
If your child has been attacked by a dog in California, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact experienced San Jose child dog bite lawyer John J. Garvey, III, for a free consultation about your rights.
The Dogs Owner is Responsible for Injuries
At the Law Office of John J. Garvey, III, we advocate for victims suffering from serious dog bite and animal attack injuries. Having successfully represented injured people for more than 40 years, our law firm brings confidence and peace of mind to families dealing with the aftermath of a serious accident or attack.
It is important to understand that when your child is bitten by a dog, the dogs owner is responsible, whether that owner be a friend, neighbor or stranger. We can help you pursue compensation for your childs injuries and expenses in a claim against the dog owners homeowners insurance policy to ensure your child has the financial support he or she needs to overcome the effects of the dog attack, such as:
- Facial disfigurement
- Puncture wounds
- Muscle tears or damage
- Nerve damage
- Emotional scarring
Physical dog bite injuries may require extensive medical treatment, particularly when the injuries are to a child. Injuries may require reconstructive surgery or other extensive treatment. However, even when a child recovers from the physical injuries of a dog attack, emotional damage lingers. We can help you seek the compensation your child will need for emotional support — support groups, counseling or other support — to move on past the attack.
Call a Personal Injury Lawyer with Decades of Experience
Contact San Jose child dog bite attorney John J. Garvey, III, to learn more about how our law firm can help you through this difficult time. Call 408-293-7777 for a free consultation and case evaluation.
All cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we fail to recover compensation for you, we will not charge you a fee.