Dog Bites Are A Serious Matter

If you are a parent, child, delivery person or postal carrier who has been attacked by an unleashed animal, you know how painful and traumatic this experience can be. A serious dog bite can cause excruciating pain, exposure to rabies, facial disfigurement and emotional trauma that can last a lifetime.

The dog's owner and his or her insurer should be held accountable for what happened to you. The least you should expect is financial compensation that covers losses such as missing wages from time off the job, medical bills, and the pain and suffering that have made your life miserable.

The Anchorage dog bite attorney with more than 40 years of experience — and the reputation for results to go with it — is Michael J. Schneider, founder of the Law Offices Of Michael J. Schneider, A Professional Corporation. He is fully committed to fairness and justice for you, and all injured persons in our state.

Have you undergone surgery, cosmetic surgery or emotional therapy for the dog bite or animal attack that injured you or caused the wrongful death of a loved one? We can help.

Contact us for a free initial consultation. Call our full-service personal injury law firm from wherever you are in Alaska. Our number is 907-331-3549. We can provide an evening appointment or home or hospital room visit if you need it.

The contingency fee basis for our legal services means that you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case and collect money damages for you.

Representing Alaska's Injured For 40-Plus Years

If you or a loved one was viciously attacked and bitten by a dog because of the negligence of its owner, you may be able to recover financial compensation for:

  • Nerve damage
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Emotional trauma
  • Infection
  • Rabies vaccinations
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Treatment of defensive wounds

Was the dog that bit you or your child running free at the time of the attack? Anchorage's leash law imposes penalties for dog owners who violate it. If an unharnessed dog attacks, the owner could be liable for a victim's injuries, even if the animal never bit anyone before.

For quality, experienced, client-committed personal injury representation that puts your life back on track, contact us.

Call For A Free Case Evaluation

Call at 907-331-3549 or email us. Interpreters in languages such as Spanish, Filipino, Korean and Japanese are also available upon request.