Has a dog bitten or attacked you or a loved one? Was your child the victim of a dog bite? Dog owners can and should be held responsible for these attacks. You have the right to seek compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other costs. You have the right to enlist an experienced attorney to help you through this difficult time.
Lisko & Associates in State College offers more than 30 years of experience to victims of dog bites and other serious personal injuries. That experience means we understand the strengths and weaknesses of the options available to resolve these claims. We know that negotiating a settlement can save time and prevent stress, but we also know the insurance company may not cooperate.
To schedule a free consultation with us, call 814-753-4413 today.
Calculating Full Compensation For Your Injuries
One of the most critical pieces of a dog bite claim is determining how much compensation to ask for. This is no easy matter. While it is tempting to try to come up with an immediate answer to this question, it is often more appropriate to wait for treatment to take its course.
Waiting allows time to understand the full costs of the medical problems that have resulted from the attack. The costs of surgery and therapy for any emotional damage caused by the attack can be determined. Forward momentum can be made with confidence, knowing that the amount of compensation being asked for is based on a true understanding of the costs.
You Pay Nothing Unless Your Case Is A Success
We cover the upfront costs of investigation, expert opinions and building your personal injury case. While other firms may charge for these expenses while the case is in progress, Lisko & Associates does not ask for any payment unless a claim is successful.
Attorney Roy K. Lisko can meet with you in your home or in the hospital if a visit to our office is not possible. We will focus on getting you compensation so that you can focus on recovering from the attack.
For a free consultation, email or call Lisko & Associates at 814-753-4413.