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Dog Bites

Injuries from dog bites can be very serious, not only causing physical pain, but disfigurement and scarring. The Dog Owner’s Liability Act states that a dog’s owner is liable for damages or injuries resulting from a bite or attack on another person or animal. Retribution for dog bites includes financial compensation, damages for pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, home and vehicle modifications, and future care. Contact one of our personal injury experts for a free consultation. We will present a realistic course of action with the objective to achieve justice.

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  • Penny was hit by a car and suffered serious injuries including brain injury and left-side paralysis. As her personal injury lawyer, Richard Shekter fought persistently by her side during the three-month trial. 
  • After sustaining a traumatic brain injury and a number of serious fractures, Chris and his family credit Richard Shekter, who acted as their personal injury lawyer, with fighting for them to attain a high settlement.
  • After sustaining back and neck injuries after a car accident, Jack came to Alden Dychtenberg to help him with the legalities of his case and his recovery. Alden was able to provide guidance and sound legal advice as Jack’s attorney. 

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