Who is responsible for a dog bite?

You may be wandering here in the state of New Jersey. If you’re a victim of a dog bite attack, who is responsible for your injuries. Well, in New Jersey we have a law called strict liability. What that means is that it doesn’t matter if the dog hasn’t bitten anybody else in the past, or if the dog wasn’t deemed dangerous or vicious prior to your attack. What matters is that if the dog bit you and attacked you once, that is serious enough to warrant a civil case. The dog owner under the statutes in the state of New Jersey will be responsible for whatever acts the dog committed.
We here at the Grossman Law Firm, we specialize in these kinds of very serious traumatic cases. We are experts in this area of law in both trial experience, and in experience to resolve these cases prior to trial. If you’ve been a victim of a dog bite attack, please call us. We’re here to help you here at the Grossman Law Firm.