If you’ve been a victim of a dog bite injury let the experience of Philadelphia dog bite attorney Anthony C. Gagliano, III help you.
Philadelphia personal injury attorney Anthony C. Gagliano, III offers free case consultation and works on a contingency fee basis on dog attack cases. This means you pay nothing unless we win your case.
We’ve had many years of experience helping those suffering from personal injuries including dog bite injuries. Some insurance companies will immediately offer a settlement but even if you’ve been promised a settlement, don’t accept anything until you’ve spoken to a dog bite injury attorney.
Over 40 percent of dog owners acquired their pets mainly for protection. Dogs from breeds like German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers and Mastiffs—are some of the most dangerous dog breeds.
According to the American Medical Association, the Center for Disease Control and the Insurance Information Institute:
Dog bites are the second leading cause of childhood injury.
Dogs bite males an average of two times more than females.
Dogs that are licensed with identifiable owners are implicated in the majority of dog bites.
77 percent of dog bite injuries to children are to facial areas.
Across the United States almost 5 million people a year are bitten by dogs; the average hospital stay for a dog bite injury is almost four days.
Over a twenty year span, dog attacks resulted in more than 300 human dog bite related deaths in the United States and most of the victims were children.
You don’t have to be just another statistic. Put Philadelphia personal injury attorney Anthony C. Gagliano, III to work for you. Make an appointment for a free case consultation. If we determine that you have a legitimate dog bite case, we’ll work hard to help you recover the compensation you deserve. Remember, you pay nothing unless we win your personal injury case and you are awarded financial damages.
Mr. Gagliano represents clients throughout Pennsylvania, including clients in Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County, Chester County and Lehigh County, and their communities such as Norristown, Plymouth Meeting, Conshohocken and King of Prussia. Also, Mr. Gagliano represents residents of nearby New Jersey, such as Camden County, Burlington County, Gloucester County, Atlantic County and Mercer County, who have been injured in dog bite attacks in Pennsylvania. We offer free consultations and are available to drive to your location and meet with you if you are unable to travel.