Dog Bite Attorney

By: Dwyer Williams Potter Attorneys LLP  06/06/2014
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Dwyer, Williams, Potter is an experienced and tough statewide law firm with highly trained and experienced dog bite lawyers,that has Settled, Mediated, Arbitrated & Tried over 650 Personal Injury cases in the last 3 years. We handle all cases, big and small, with the same dedication and tenacity that other firms reserve for only big cases. It is with this approach that we are able to get each of our clients top dollar for their personal injury. Dog bite cases are often the most grisly of personal injuries, particularly when a child is involved. Given their small size, a child doesn’t stand a chance against an attacking dog. Dogs are hunters by nature, and are quite powerful for their size. Because of this, dog attacks often leave permanent injuries, both physical and emotional, often requiring surgery or counseling. Only dog bite attorneys experienced with animal liability cases, and more particularly, with dog bite cases, can properly navigate the claim towards a fair and just recovery, be that by settlement or jury verdict.

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