Lawyers for Dog Bite Injuries

Even well-behaved dogs may attack someone they are unfamiliar with. While such an attack may seem like an unfortunate accident to the dog owner, it is a very real trauma to the child or adult who was attacked.

At Stevenson Whelton MacDonald & Swan LLP, we provide dedicated representation for dog bite victims and their families, especially for injuries suffered by children. We understand both the physical and emotional trauma dog bites can cause. Our personal injury lawyers will take the time to answer your questions and pursue justice on your behalf.

"Our questions were answered promptly and with great satisfaction. The general atmosphere of your office and staff is very friendly and they are willing to the extra mile in all aspects of the case." — C.R., Niagara Falls, Ontario

Seeking Compensation for All Your Injuries

Even brief dog attacks can result in serious physical injuries and scarring. Some injuries may result in lifelong disfigurement. Depending on the extent of the damage, dog bite injuries may require stitches or even cosmetic surgery either immediately after the attack or in the future.

Besides physical injuries, however, dog bites can cause serious emotional trauma, especially in small children. Some children and adults could develop a debilitating, lifelong fear following a vicious dog attack, which may require counselling or other support to overcome.

If you or your child suffered personal injury as a result of dog attack, the law is on your side. Under Ontario law, dog owners are directly responsible for any damages their pets cause to people or other animals. Our dog bite injury lawyers will help you make a claim for your medical expenses and the emotional trauma either you or your child has endured.

Contact Our Lawyers Handling Dangerous Dog Attacks in Oakville, Toronto, Vaughan and Oshawa

If you or someone you love was injured by a dog or animal attack, contact us by calling 289‑813‑3260 or 1‑800‑847‑2013 toll free for a free consultation. We operate on a no-win, no-fee basis, so we only get paid when you do.