Incredibly, over 18,000 dog bite claims were filed with insurers last year alone. The average payout for claims settled by insurers was over $30,000. Even though dog bite and animal attack claims are all-too common, it doesn’t mean they aren’t complex cases to handle. Dog bite cases require a specific knowledge and expertise on the part of the attorney representing these claims, especially if they go to trial. If you have been a victim of a dog bite or animal attack in Northeast Florida, you should know that the team of top-notch, highly skilled attorneys at Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux, P.A. has all the needed experience and expertise to handle your case.
We have successfully handled claims for all types of personal injuries, including:
Countless residents of Northeast Florida know us to be the go-to personal jury attorneys, highly regarded and ready to fight for our clients’ best interests from day one.
Dog bite and animal attack payouts can be substantial, which is why big insurance companies have a team of high-powered attorneys dedicated to fighting these claims every step of the way. Their goal is to stall, delay, and dismiss your claim. With our decades of experience in personal injury cases and our vast resources, we know how to fight the big insurers’ tactics. Maybe that’s why we have countless satisfied clients who recommend us so highly.
The vast majority of personal injury cases, including dog bite and animal attacks, are settled before going to trial. So, time is of the essence! Call or email us to set up a consultation as soon as you can. One of our skilled attorneys will familiarize themselves with the specifics of your case, start to formulate a legal strategy for you, and walk you through all the steps that lie ahead. You will know that you are in great hands from the moment you walk through the door.
Why not let us help you as we have helped so many others in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Ponte Vedra, Duval County, St. Johns County, Clay County, Nassau County, Flagler County and all over Northeast Florida?