Dog Bite Injuries

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other reporting agencies, there are about 4.7 million dog bites nationwide every year, with California ranked highest in the nation for fatal dog attacks.

At Bergener Mirejovsky, we aggressively defend your rights and if the owner is liable, we vigorously pursue any rightful claims for damages, medical expenses, and compensation for pain and suffering you have endured. We understand the importance of securing compensation for future medical treatment, which can be necessary for scar revision in infant or child dog bite incidents.

Sadly, children most often suffer serious dog attacks. A child’s playful, sometimes unpredictable behavior can appear threatening to a dog and cause it to defend itself. Small children are far less likely to fend off a dog’s attack. Damage claims are high and frequent. Insurers nationwide pay over $1 billion in every year in animal bite claims. Over a third of the money paid out through homeowners’ liability claims arise from dog attacks.

Learn how to prevent dog bites
What to do immediately after a dog attack
Dog breeds associated with fatal dog attacks
Scarring after a dog bite
Dog bites can lead to post traumatic stress disorder

California’s dog bite law is quite clear on assigning liability. A single bite is sufficient to show fault. Under California law, you need only prove that the defendant owned the dog, that you were lawfully on the premises when the dog bit you, and that you were injured by the bite.

By choosing Bergener Mirejovsky to represent you or a loved one after a dog bite, you will have dedicated personal injury attorneys on your side. We will thoroughly investigate the accident scene and delve into any other evidence that played a role in your accident.

That means we charge you nothing unless we reach a successful settlement of your claim. If we don’t get you compensated for your damages, you don’t pay us a dime.