Dogs are man’s best friend, but they can also cause injuries.

The law is clear in Ontario that a dog owner is responsible for injuries resulting from a dog bite or attack.

Dog bites can cause serious injuries including scarring, disfigurement, abrasions, sprains/strains, nerve damage, lacerations, puncture wounds, lost digits, tissue loss, cuts and gashes, infections including rabies, emotional distress, social embarrassment from scarring, fractured bones, crush injuries, and psychological trauma including post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

If you or a loved one have been injured by a dog bite or dog attack, we can help.

Contact Lamont Law today for a free consultation.


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