• Quakertown, PA
    Bucks County
    Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951
    215-538-5350
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    1282 Route 113
    P.O. Box 178
    Bucks County
    Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944
    215-257-4842

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QUAKERTOWN AREA DOG BITE SETTLEMENTS

Location: Bucks County PA
Settlement: $148,544.00

Quakertown PA dog bite lawyer, Thomas J. Newell, obtained a $148,544.00 settlement for a Bucks County dog attack victim. There was a family party in Lower Bucks County. A rottweiler lived in the home and was not separated from the invited guests. Its owner was aggressively playing with the rottweiler. The vicious dog then bit a young boy without any provocation.

The PA dog mauling victim was treated at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Langhorne Pennsylvania. Facial plastic surgery was performed and the surgeon used about 30 stitches to close the dog bite wounds. Additional surgical procedures were needed to remove a build-up of scar tissue and minimize the permanent facial scar. The boy’s parents had to pay for the 3rd surgery out of their own pocket because their private health insurance company denied coverage.

Once all of the surgeries had been completed, the Bucks County dog bite attorney began serious settlement negotiations with the homeowner’s insurance company. They ultimately agreed to fund a structured settlement annuity with a total payout of $148, 544.00. If your child has been bitten by a dog in Quakertown, please call Attorney Newell today.

To review 33 Pennsylvania dog bite settlement summaries prepared by Attorney Newell, please visit: DOG BITE SETTLEMENTS

QUAKERTOWN PA DOG ATTACK QUESTIONS

Q: I was standing on my front yard in Quakertown when a neighbor’s pit bull got loose and bit me. What should I do first?
A:

  • Get immediate medical care
  • Obtain proof from the Quakertown PA pit bull owner that his dog is up to date with its rabies vaccination
  • Call Attorney Newell at 215-538-5350For answers to more frequently asked Quakertown PA dog attack questions, please visit: DOG BITE FAQs

    Allentown PA Client Reviews

    Dear Mr. Newell,

    Thanks for your excellent efforts and professionalism in the handling of my wife’s case. After a dog bite she was very upset, sad, confused – but with your excellent & knowledgeable help she felt that she was in good hands.

    Attorney Newell, you have treated my wife with respect and courtesy. I believe that no other attorney would have done the hard work like you did. You did everything by law, having the proper understanding. You treated my wife as a best client. You represented her at your best. She was really proud to have an attorney like you. If we look for a good attorney in the future, you are the one. Also, I will tell all my friends & relatives to use your help if they need it.

    Can’t thank you enough for your hard work. You are the best lawyer around. God Bless you all the time.

    Kam
    Quakertown, Pennsylvania

    To read 57 reviews that former clients of Attorney Newell have submitted, please see Client Reviews.

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Quakertown PA Dog Attack News

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Bucks County Man Bitten by Unrestrained Dog

On Nov. 10, 2012, a Bucks County PA man walked outside his home to check on a neighbor’s dog which had run onto his front lawn. The dog ran back to it’s property. The Bucks County dog attack victim started to walk back to his home when the dog ran over and bit him on the leg. He was taken to Doylestown Hospital. Bucks County Dog Warden Verna North is investigating the unprovoked attack.