Many of your friends and relatives have dogs as pets. When you and your family visit, you think nothing of letting your child play with the dog. While most of these interactions result in enjoyment for both the child and pet, in some situations, your child could be injured by the dog.

If your child is injured in an animal attack in Columbus, be sure you take immediate action to get whatever care your child needs. If the injuries are severe enough to lead to stitches, scars, infections or disfigurement, you need to hold the dog's owner responsible for the damages.

The Keating Firm LTD. is committed to helping your family deal with your dog bite claims. Our experienced attorney, Brad Keating, understands how important it is for you to get the help you need at this time. The long-term health of your child is our main focus, and we will work tirelessly to help you recover the compensation you deserve.

Was Your Child Bitten By A Dog? How We Can Help.

We will review the entire situation to determine your options. During our investigation, we will recover all of the evidence that supports your claims. Whether your child has been injured by a pit bull or by the neighbor's family pet, we will help you hold the owners responsible for their dog's actions.

In many of these cases, the insurance company of the homeowner will be responsible for paying your claims. These companies are often very aggressive in these cases, and they can make it difficult for you to receive a fair offer. We know how these companies can try to trick you into a bad decision, and we will not let you be pushed around. If we have to take your case to trial, we are ready to step inside the courtroom on your behalf.

Got Hurt? Get Paid. Call Brad.

To schedule a free case evaluation with our lawyer, call (844) 333-7243 or send us an email.

For our Columbus, Ohio clients, we have an office in Gahanna and can be reached by calling 844-333-7243. We can also meet with you at a location more convenient for you if you are unable to travel.

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