Dog Bites

Dog Bite Attorneys in Cincinnati

Protecting Victims with Compassionate Representation

In Ohio, owners of a violent or vicious dog can be held accountable for
their pet’s actions. If you or a loved one were the victim of a
violent dog attack, you may be able to seek compensation from the pet’s owner.

The animal attack may result in:

  • Permanent disfigurement
  • Severe lacerations
  • Infections from the bites
  • Rabies infection
  • Disability
  • Multiple surgeries
  • The need for plastic surgery
  • Permanent nerve damage
  • Immobility
  • Prolonged pain

Let our Cincinnati dog bite lawyers help you seek compensation. Call (513) 532-2201
to learn more.

Dog Attacks in Cincinnati, Ohio

The city of Cincinnati takes dog bites seriously and has specific ordinances
in place to prevent them. Dogs that are considered a threat to society
are labeled and recorded by an officer.

Dogs can be designated as:

  • Nuisance dogs: These are dogs that have chased or attempted to attack another person
    without provocation by the owner and while not on the owner’s property.
  • Dangerous dogs: These canines have caused serious injury to a person or another dog.
    Dogs can also receive this designation if the owner has violated a leash
    law multiple times. The owner will receive a dangerous dog certificate
    noting the designation.
  • Vicious dogs: A dog is labeled vicious once they have seriously injured or killed another
    person without provocation.

If you were attacked by a canine that has already been designated by the
city, this may help in your case. After a dog attack, it is important
that you are treated at a hospital and receive detailed medical records.
Contact the Ohio State Health Department within 24 hours of the bite and
take down the dog owner’s personal information. It is helpful if
you can snap photos of the offending dog and photos of your wounds. All
this information may be essential in proving your right to compensation.

Call our Cincinnati dog bite attorneys at (513) 532-2201 right away to
discuss your dog bite case.