Bergen County's Top-rated Dog Bite Lawyer
Attorney Douglas Standriff has an 28+ year history of advocating for the injured. Doug has represented dog bite victims successfully in personal injury lawsuits. Doug and his associate, Marissa Messinger, Esq., have a comprehensive understanding of the leash and dog bite laws in NJ and can help you receive compensation for your dog bite injuries. Doug and Marissa will use their expertise to gather the evidence needed to build a substantial dog bite injury compensation case. Their outstanding skills will allow them to develop a solid legal strategy that will help you avoid denial of dog bite injury compensation. Because there is a time limit in New Jersey for filing a personal injury lawsuit after you are bitten by a dog, it is essential that you get in touch with the results-driven lawyers at Bergen Law as quickly as possible to discuss your case.
Types of Dog Bite Injury Claims We Handle
Dog bites can result in serious, sometimes life-altering, injuries, including puncture wounds, cuts and bruises, scars, broken bones, eye injuries, head, face and neck injuries, and nerve damage. Dog bites can also leave you at risk for rabies. If you were recently bitten by a dog, the dog's owner may be held responsible for your injuries. If you would like to be fairly compensated for your dog bite injuries, you need to hire a dog bite attorney who is an expert in New Jersey personal injury law. The dog bite injury attorneys of Bergen Law can help you seek remuneration for your high medical bills, lost wages, past and future surgeries, scars, and the intangible costs of emotional and physical pain and suffering that were caused by the dog attack. Whether the dog that bit you is owned by a stranger, friend or family member, skilled dog attack lawyers Doug Standriff and Marissa Messinger will work diligently to make sure the homeowner's insurance company covers the tangible and intangible costs of your dog bite injuries. Depend on Douglas Standriff, the dog bite injury lawyer recommended by dog bite victims throughout Bergen County, New Jersey.
When Do You Need to Hire a Dog Bite Attorney?
Because NJ law limits how long you have to file your dog bite injury lawsuit after a dog attack, retaining an outstanding dog attack attorney as soon as possible can help you avoid complications that can void your claim. You should consult with a New Jersey attorney who specializes in dog bite personal injury law for the best chance of receiving the compensation you deserve. Certified Civil Trial Attorney Douglas Standriff of Bergen Law has over 28 years of success litigating dog bite injury lawsuits, making him uniquely qualified to stand up to insurance company lawyers, protect your rights, and build a strong dog bite injury lawsuit for you.