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Attacked By A Dog In Springfield, MA?

Find Out How Our Springfield Dog Bite Attorneys Can Help You

When dogs attack, the injuries can be very serious. We know because our Springfield dog bite lawyers deal with tough cases like this all the time. Many dog bites require injury victims to be treated in the emergency room at Baystate Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center, or another Springfield hospital. Dog attack injuries to the face, hands, and legs are common, especially in young children.

Knowing what to do after a dog attack in Springfield can be confusing. Sometimes, the dog that bit you or a loved one belongs to a friend or family member. Taking legal action against them could harm your relationship, you might think.

But the reality is most dog bite claims don't directly involve the dog's owner at all. In most cases, injury victims can deal directly with the property owner's insurance company. That might sound simple. But dealing with insurance companies can be very complicated. That's why you need the Springfield dog bite lawyers from the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone in your corner, standing up for your rights.

Springfield Office

175 State Street, Suite 200
Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: (413) 737-7783

Why You Need A Lawyer

When you have us on your side, you can take an aggressive approach right from the start. Instead of settling for a low-ball offer from insurance companies, we can negotiate with them for the money you need for medical bills, reconstructive surgery, lost income and other expenses.

And if an insurance company refuses to cooperate with us, we're prepared to file a lawsuit against them on your behalf. We use a wide range of methods to prepare cases for trial, including jury testing evidence and presenting your case to a practice jury in our in-house courtroom.

Our approach gives your case an advantage - The Salomone Advantage. Find out how we can help you. Schedule your free case evaluation today in our downtown Springfield office. We can also meet with you in your hospital room, your home or wherever works best for you.