We often take it for granted that dogs and other domesticated animals are safe to interact with. But even seemingly docile and well-trained animals can be unpredictable. Children are particularly susceptible to dog bites, given their small stature and natural curiosity. Certain breeds of dog - such as pit bulls, Rottweilers, Doberman pinschers and German shepherds - are at greater risk of acting aggressively. However, any dog can bite.
Dog bites are traumatic incidents that often result in severe scarring and disfigurement. The path to a full recovery can require extensive medical treatment, surgery, rehabilitation and potentially ongoing therapy to grapple with the psychological trauma of the accident. These measures can result in significant expenditures, imposing financial strain on an already stressful and difficult situation.
If you or someone you care about was the victim of a dog bite, you deserve a dedicated advocate to help you achieve financial recovery. James T. Marasco, a Rhode Island lawyer, handles dog bite cases for injury victims across the state. Backed by more than 30 years of legal experience, he has successfully handled countless personal injury cases. He can walk you through your options for financial compensation.
Schedule a free initial consultation with attorney James T. Marasco to have your questions answered and start on the road to recovery. We can be reached online or by telephone at 401-421-7500 (Providence) or 401-789-1800 (Narragansett).
Our firm is devoted to improving the lives of clients and their families. We believe the law is a healing profession, and we are dedicated to helping injury victims on the path toward a brighter future.
Clients come into our office with weighty and oppressive problems, but they leave with solutions and smiles on their faces.
We will not only handle the legal aspects of your situation, we will also help you navigate the many practical considerations that stand before you. We can help you get the appropriate medical treatment you need. We will regularly check in with you and keep you informed of the status of your case.
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