After A Dog Attack, Call On A Successful Law Firm For Justice And Compensation

You or a loved one may be experiencing excruciating pain and unbearable suffering as the result of an animal attack or dog bite in Southern California. The Law Office of Patrick G. Shea, APC, focuses on these types of cases and knows which questions to ask, what evidence to gather and how to argue for maximum compensation on your behalf. We have recovered more than $50 million for our injured clients.

An animal can cause serious and permanent damage but the animal is only partially to blame. The dog owner or animal handler must have control at all times, or they must take responsibility for their negligence. While we represent adults who have been attacked by a dog, we also represent children who have been bitten, scratched or pushed by dogs and other animals.

Pursuing Maximum Compensation From Insurance Companies

The owner of the dog that hurt you or your family member, most likely, has homeowner’s insurance or any other liability insurance. This insurance may compensate the injury victim. Often, however, insurance companies are reluctant to pay on legitimate claims or they offer low-ball settlements. By having our firm on your side, you will have allies who know how to maximize the compensation to which you may be entitled.

Our team will begin with negotiations, and we will argue for a fair out-of-court settlement. However, if the responsible party refuses to pay a fair settlement, we will take your case to trial and present your case to a jury. Patrick Shea has years of trial experience, and he knows how to get results in court against even the most formidable opponents.

To Learn More, Call Today

If you or your child has been injured through a canine attack, blindness, lacerations, permanent facial disfigurement, puncture wounds, psychological scars, and, in the most tragic cases, wrongful death can result. We may be able to help you get compensation and send a message: animal owners must make safety a priority by controlling their pets. Call our office in San Diego at 619-489-7153 today.