Oshkosh and Madison Dog Bites Lawyer

The Physical and Psychological Damage of Dog Bites

Few events are as horrifying and traumatic as being knocked down and attacked by an overly aggressive dog. Physical injuries often result coupled with emotional scarring. At David K. Sparr & Associates, S.C. in Oshkosh and Madison, Wisconsin, we do not discount the impact of a dog attack and aggressively pursue damages from the negligent owner.

The leash laws in Oshkosh and the surrounding areas are only as effective as the pet owners who abide by them. When owners let their animal run loose, you or your child could be seriously injured. For diligent representation from attorneys who care, contact us at 800-236-3836 or 920-267-7038 or 608-448-3058.

Our firm offers two convenient office locations in Oshkosh and Madison to serve the needs of dog bite injury clients.

The Trauma Suffered When a Dog Attacks

An unrestrained dog can be a deadly menace. The act of entering a store or walking down a sidewalk can become a frightening and life-changing event. At David K. Sparr & Associates, S.C., we represent clients of all ages. Scarring to an adult or child's face can require reconstructive surgeries. Therapy to deal with the emotional after-effects can become part of their lives.

Holding Negligent Dog Owners Accountable Is What We Do

Simply put, when a dog bites a passer-by, the owner is automatically liable. State law mandates that hospital staff treating a victim must report the incident to the police. With the attack on the record, a second episode of aggressive conduct will double the damages for a dog bite victim.

With so much at stake, you don't want to put your dog bite case in the hands of an attorney who treats it as a minor injury.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced personal injury lawyer, please contact us. We take all dog bite and personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don't get paid until we get money for you.

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