Proven New Jersey Dog Bite and Animal Attack Lawyer
Aggressive Representation for Victims
The old adage that a dog is man’s best friend is mostly true. Unfortunately, too many dog owners encourage or condone aggressive behavior in their pets, and too many of those dog owners don’t take appropriate precautions to protect innocent passersby. If you have been the victim of an attack by someone else’s dog, you may have the right to seek compensation for your losses. In New Jersey, with its “strict liability” dog bite law, you can recover for your losses, even if the owner used reasonable measures to restrain the dog, warn others or prevent an attack. Attorney Matthew V. Markosian can help.
At the Princeton Junction Law Office of Matthew V. Markosian, we bring more than 15 years of legal experience to people throughout the state of New Jersey who have suffered a personal injury, including victims of dog bites and other animal attacks. Before setting up his solo practice, Attorney Markosian spent his legal career defending insurance providers in personal injury and other claims. Because of his considerable experience, he understands the potential claims in a personal injury case and can quickly and accurately determine how much you can reasonably expect to recover for your losses. He’s also well-versed in the tactics and strategies that insurance defense attorneys use to try to reduce payouts for a legitimate claim, and can take preemptive measures to minimize delays, as well as wrongful denials or attempts to diminish your recovery.
Matt also understands that trust and open communication are essential to a strong attorney-client relationship, and to helping you get the results you seek. You’ll work exclusively with Matt throughout your claim, from the initial intake and filing through settlement or trial. Matt will keep you regularly informed of all developments in your case, as well as your options and chances of success, so that you can make smart decisions about how you want to proceed.
To arrange a confidential consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney, contact us by email or call attorney Markosian at (609) 455-2090. Your first meeting is without cost or obligation.
How Will Attorney Markosian Help Me after a Dog Bite or Animal Attack?
Matt will be your advocate throughout the legal process, gathering and protecting all evidence to support your claim. He’ll interview witnesses and travel to the scene of the accident, if necessary. He can also work with expert witnesses, when appropriate, to prepare and present compelling arguments for your full financial recovery.
Matt will prepare and file all documents necessary to pursue damages for all your losses, and will be your voice in all hearings, meetings and proceedings. He can also be your intermediary with insurance companies, helping you get all the benefits afforded by your policy.
What Can I Expect to Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit after a Dog Bite or Animal Attack?
We will help you seek compensation for all your losses, including wages and income, unreimbursed medical bills, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of companionship or consortium, and physical pain and suffering. Emotional distress can also be a common result of a dog bite or animal attack. We can help you pursue damages for the emotional injuries you sustain.
We handle dog bite and animal attack claims involving all types of injuries, from sprains, strains and other soft-tissue trauma to serious and catastrophic loss, including amputation or loss of limb, broken bones, traumatic brain injury (TBI) or spinal cord injury, and permanent scarring or disfigurement. We also take wrongful death claims caused by dog bites or animal attacks.
Contact Us for Strong Advocacy after a Dog Bite or Animal Attack
To schedule a free initial consultation with attorney Matthew V. Markosian, call our office at (609) 455-2090 or send us an email. Let us use our considerable experience to help protect your rights. Evening and weekend appointments can be scheduled, upon request. We will also travel to meet with you, if necessary. Because of our experience and reputation, most of our new cases come to us as referrals from other attorneys, or from former clients.
We handle all dog bite injury claims on a contingency basis. We will only receive attorney’s fees if we are able to recover compensation for your losses.
Serving Clients in Princeton Junction and across the State of New Jersey
We Know the Cost of Your Injury