Dog Bites

Proactive Representation Yields Consistently Excellent Results

Despite the affection we hold for our canine pets, there are times when dogs bite people without being provoked. If you are the victim of a dog attack, you might have suffered severe injuries and emotional trauma. If you are the owner of a dog who bit someone, you face potential liability for the alleged victim’s medical bills, economic losses, and pain and suffering.

Basics Of Pennsylvania Dog Bite Law


The laws of the commonwealth make dog owners strictly liable for the medical costs associated with an unprovoked dog bite. A victim may feel that having the doctor bill paid is sufficient for a slight nip, but a serious dog attack can inflict a wide range of losses on the victim, including:

  • Loss of use of a body part
  • Permanent scarring
  • Emotional trauma
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Contact Us For Plaintiff And Defense Representation


Noel & Bonebrake provides high-quality legal representation for plaintiffs and defendants in dog bite cases. Call us today at 610-892-7700 or fill out the form below to schedule a free consultation. We represent plaintiffs on a contingent basis, so there is no cost until you recover compensation by verdict or settlement.