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Dog Bites

Crystal Lake, Illinois Dog Bite Injury Attorneys

Dog bites and other types of animal attacks can result in long-term physical and psychological injuries. At Madsen, Sugden & Gottemoller, Attorneys at Law, we provide dedicated legal help to adults and children who have been injured by a dog bite. We use our knowledge of Illinois dog bite law and insurance issues to ensure our injured clients receive fair compensation for their injuries.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a dog bite or in another type of animal attack, call Madsen, Sugden & Gottemoller at 815-459-5152 to schedule your free consultation. You can also fill out our contact form and someone from our firm will be in touch with you promptly.

Dog bite law in Illinois

The State of Illinois has strict dog bite laws. The owner of a dog or any other type of animal is responsible for all damages incurred by a dog bite victim. A dog bite injury may be pursued as a premises liability claim. The dog owner's homeowner insurance policy would provide coverage for injury, medical bills, lost wages and damages. Lawyers from Madsen, Sugden & Gottemoller have in-depth knowledge of dog bite injury claims and the various insurance issues than can arise. We are dedicated to effectively resolving your claim and ensuring you receive fair compensation for your injuries.

At Madsen, Sugden & Gottemoller, we consider the long-term impact of dog bite injuries. We identify the full extent of the physical injuries, emotional injuries and cost of future medical treatment.

If you or someone you care about has sustained a dog bite injury, we can help. Contact our firm today to schedule your free consultation.

Located in Crystal Lake, Illinois, the lawyers at Madsen, Sugden & Gottemoller, Attorneys at Law, represent clients in McHenry County, including the communities of: Crystal Lake, McHenry, Waukegan, Woodstock, Algonquin, Lake in the Hills, Cary, Elgin, Dundee, Barrington, Harvard, Marengo, and Johnsburg.

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