A Massachusetts dog bite victim may suffer from more than just physical injuries from the attack. Victims may also suffer from mental and emotional damages and other injuries, as a result of being attacked by a dog. These injuries may not all be visible, but they can affect the victim for the rest of their lives. Our team of Boston, MA dog bite attorney experts here at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates have been nationally recognized for our exceptional work in personal injury cases. We have strived diligently to help our Commonwealth clients recover millions of dollars in compensation over the past three decades.
The City of Schenectady, New York will pay $8,000 each to two individuals who suffered injuries after a police dog bit them unprovoked outside a Hattie Street residence in 2015. Lauren Bass and Dumar Smith filed a lawsuit in December against the city and the Schenectady Police Department, more than a year after the original incident.
On the night of Oct. 28, 2015, Ms. Bass and Mr. Smith were on Hattie Street when a police dog, a large German Shepherd, bit them without cause. Ms. Bass was arrested that night for an incident involving a broken window and was bitten while being walked to a patrol car by an officer who was not named as a defendant in the lawsuit. The dog involved in the incident was among three police canines to be retired at this year’s Valor Day Ceremony.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a dog attack, please contact one of our Boston, MA dog bite lawyer experts today. Please do not hesitate, someone will be at our Boston, Massachusetts law firm 24/7 and can be reached by phone at 617-787- 3700 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free case evaluation where we can assess the value is of your Massachusetts dog bite claim.