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Waterbury Dog Bite Lawyers

Dog Bite Claims Are Serious. Our Attorneys Deliver Results

Dog attacks in Waterbury can easily result in injuries that require emergency medical treatment at Waterbury Hospital or another area medical center. Children sometimes sustain severe injuries to the face. Adults sometimes require surgery due to puncture wounds on the arms or legs.

Knowing what to do after such a serious injury can be confusing, especially if you know the owner of the dog. Many people are reluctant to take legal action against the friend or family member after such an attack, fearing they could jeopardize their relationship.

At the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone & Morelli, we understand what you're going through. That's why we want to help. Our experienced Waterbury dog bite lawyers know how to handle such sensitive cases. In most cases, we deal directly with the dog owner's insurance company. That way, you don't have to deal directly with the dog's owner.

It's also important to remember just how much money a dog attack can cost. Medical bills, lost income from not working after the attack and other expenses can quickly add up to thousands of dollars. That's why it's critical that you contact us and get the legal help you need to get your life back on track.

Waterbury Office

1629 East Main Street
Waterbury, CT 06705
Phone: (203) 756-1985

What type of dog attacked you?

Any kind of dog can attack people and cause serious injuries. However, certain dogs seem to be involved in attacks against people especially often. These dogs include:

  • Pit bulls
  • Rottweilers
  • German Shepherds

But it's important to remember that any dog has the potential to be dangerous at any time. So no matter what type of dog attacked you or a loved one, make sure you make an appointment with us to discuss your case. We offer a free case evaluation to all potential clients. We can meet with you in our Waterbury office, your home, your hospital room or wherever's convenient for you. You decide.