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Dog Bite Review When my 2 year old daughter was severely bitten by a dog my husband and I didn't know where to begin. Robert Lantzy put that all at ease! He always made sure we knew exactly what was going on and our daughter will get the medical care she needs for future. - Margaret Clyde, MI

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Michigan Dog Bite Lawyers

Our Michigan dog bite lawyers represent victims of dog bite injuries and attacks and their families in cases throughout the State of Michigan. We represent a wide range of clients in these cases, including , children, postal workers, and utility workers. There are specific Michigan dog bite laws that apply to these cases. Owners and keepers of dogs in Michigan are strictly liable for dog bites and attacks. This means that the dog bite victim does not have to prove that the owner was negligent, only that he or she was bitten or attacked. Our Michigan dog bite lawyers help bring justice to dog bite victims who suffer injuries and to their families who have lost a loved one due to a dog attack.

Common Types of Michigan Dog Bite Injuries

Our Michigan dog bite lawyers pursue cases for many different types of injuries caused from the dog attack. These include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Disfigurement resulting from scars
  • Infection
  • Bone Fracture Injury
  • Rabies
  • Nerve Damage
  • Death

In addition to physical injuries, a dog bite victim can often suffer from psychological damages as well. These psychological damages can include, but are not limited to, nightmares, embarrassment, medical expenses for plastic and reconstructive surgery, and lost income.

Michigan Dog Bite Injury & Attack Cases

Victims and their families can file a lawsuit against the dog owner for the injuries suffered. A lawsuit for a Michigan dog bite must be filed with the court, unless the insurance company settles the claim sooner. Once the lawsuit is filed, a claim for damages and losses is made and proof of the dog bite attack injury is documented through medical records, medical bills, photographs, and any witnesses that were at the scene of the attack. In fact, our Michigan dog bite lawyers recommend victims to take photos and descriptions of the place where the attack occurred to help assist your case and get the best possible dog bite settlement.

Other useful evidence a victim should collect at the time of the attack include the names of the dog and dog owner, the dog owner’s address, addresses and names of people who witnessed the attack, and medical evaluation of the wound by the treating physician. In situations in which a victim dies due to the injuries suffered in the dog attack, the family can file a Michigan wrongful death claim for the loss of their loved one.

Michigan Dog Bite Lawyer No Fee Promise

Our Michigan dog bite lawyers will represent you in your Michigan dog bite injury and attack case under our NO FEE PROMISE. You have absolutely no obligation for legal fees unless we win your case. If we do not obtain a settlement for you, you owe us nothing!

Contact a Michigan Dog Bite Lawyer

If you or a family member suffer injuries in a dog bite attack, you should contact our Michigan dog bite lawyers immediately. We have attained substantial Michigan dog bite lawsuits for victims of dog bite attacks, and we can do the same for you. Call us now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced Michigan dog bite attorneys about your case.





Scars and Disfigurement
Infections and Rabies
Broken Bones
Nerve Damage
Pain and Suffering
Wrongful Death
Our Michigan dog attack lawyers recently settled a claim for a 46-year-old woman who was knocked to the ground by a Rottweiler owned by a neighbor that attacked the Sheepdogs she was walking in her neighborhood.   The incident occurred in Waterford, Michigan.  

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On July 23rd, a Metamora Township man was mauled to death by two large dogs who escaped from their owner’s home. Craig Sytsma, 46, of Livonia, was jogging near his work around 5:30 p.m. when he was blindsided by two cane corsos, a breed of dog that averages around 100 pounds. 

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