New Hanover County NC Dog Bites And Other Injuries Lawyer David Collins
If you suffer injuries after having been bitten by a dog owned by someone with assets or insurance coverage, you may be entitled to monetary compensation or money damages. Dog bite cases can be complicated and contributory negligence can be an issue. The dog’s previous vicious activity, if significant and known by the owner, in some cases may justify the award of punitive damages. If you are bitten by a dog and the bite breaks the skin, you should immediately seek medical attention and then consult with an attorney. The professionals at Collins Law Firm have handled dog bite cases successfully and will be happy to discuss your case with you if you or a family member have been bitten by a dog and significantly injured.
There are an infinite number of other types of injuries for which you may seek monetary compensation. The facts of each case may vary and whether or not you are entitled to recover can be complicated. Collins Law Firm will be happy to discuss with you the facts of your particular case, the issues involved, and what Collins Law Firm may be able to do to help you recover money damages.
New Hanover County, North Carolina is located in southeastern North Carolina and is bordered on the East by the Atlantic Ocean. The northern border of New Hanover County is Pender County, and the western border is Brunswick County. Wilmington, North Carolina is the county seat of New Hanover County and is where the New Hanover County courthouse is located.
If you are charged with a crime or receive a traffic citation such as a speeding ticket anywhere within New Hanover County, your court date and court appearance will be in the New Hanover County courthouse in Wilmington, NC unless you are charged with a federal crime. Collins Law Firm regularly represents people charged with crimes or who have received traffic tickets in New Hanover County.
The New Hanover County Courthouse is located at 316 Princess Street, Wilmington, NC 28401.