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Dog Bites

Dog bites and attacks can vary with the level of severity and type of resulting injuries. In many cases, cuts and other wounds may heal. In others, a dog bite injury may result in permanent scarring. No matter what the circumstances, dog bite victims are often entitled to financial compensation to cover medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages. An experienced lawyer can help with your personal injury claim.

Victims of dog bites can turn to Parker & Frey PLLC for professional legal representation. With locations in Fayetteville and Dunn, we have assisted clients throughout North Carolina with their claims since 1986, including many dog owner negligence cases. Our entire legal team is here to help with all aspects of your claim, working vigilantly to help you get the financial recovery you deserve.

Obtaining Justice For Victims Of Dog Attacks

In North Carolina, a dog that has caused severe injuries or killed someone is judged to be a dangerous dog. Under North Carolina law, owners of dangerous dogs are strictly liable for any damages they cause. These damages can include medical treatment, lost income and damages for pain and suffering.

By filing a claim you can not only obtain financial compensation, but also hold careless or negligent dog owners responsible for their animal’s actions. Not only will this claim achieve justice on your behalf, but it also may prevent future attacks and injuries from taking place. Our attorneys will act as strong advocates for fair and full compensation as well as for the prevention of future victims.

Tell Us About Your Case

With locations in Dunn and Fayetteville, our firm is prepared to handle claims throughout the state. Call us at or send an email to tell us about your case. Initial consultations are free and there is no obligation to file a claim.