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    Northampton County
    Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018
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    Monroe County
    Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 18360
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    Bucks County
    Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944
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Archive for July, 2013

PA Dog Law Guilty Pleas in Monroe County

Posted on: July 19th, 2013  padog

On July 15, 2013, 2 Monroe County dog owners plead guilty to 4 counts of violating the PA Dog Law.  Two charges involved harboring a dangerous dog and 2 additional violations concerned failing to confine their vicious dogs.

AKITAThe citations came about because the negligent dog owners could not control their 2 Akitas on 6/12/13 in Bartonsville PA.  A 50 year-old woman was the victim of an unprovoked attack while walking her golden retriever.  Attorney Newell provided the PA Dog Warden with photographs and relevant factual information which helped in the prosecution of this case.

Call 1-800-980-4842 to set up a free home consultation with Attorney Thomas J. Newell.  Visit his website:  www.PADogAttackLawyer.com

Lehigh Valley Dog Bite Victim Calls Attorney Newell

Posted on: July 16th, 2013  padog

On July 12, 2013, a 43 year-old Lehigh Valley dog attack victim telephoned Attorney Thomas J. Newell.   He had been working at a home in Bath PA when the owner’s German Shepherd viciously attacked him.  He suffered several facial dog bite wounds.

GERMAN SHEPHERD #4Physicians at St. Luke’s Hospital needed approximately 11 stitches to close the facial lacerations.  This German Shepherd had 2 prior incidents which established prior vicious propensities.  Attorney Newell suggested he call the Northampton County Dog Warden, Kathy Andrews.

Call 1-800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation with Attorney Newell.  He has represented dog attack victims in 18 different Pennsylvania Counties.  See his website:  www.PADogAttackLawyer.com

Lackawanna County Man Attacked by 2 Roaming Dogs

Posted on: July 10th, 2013  padog

On July 2, 2013, a 77 year-old man was viciously attacked by 2 unrestrained dogs in Covington Township.   The Lackawanna County PA dog bite victim had dog bite wounds all over his body.  A neighbor heard the man’s cries for help and came running over to assist him.

2 DOGS RUNNINGWhen the vicious dogs turned on the neighbor, he shot and killed both dogs.  Pursuant to Section 459-501 of the PA Dog Law, it is lawful to kill a dog that is pursuing, wounding or attacking a human being.

If you are the victim of a Pennsylvania dog attack, call Attorney Thomas J. Newell at 1-800-980-4842.  His website details his 31 years of experience:  www.PADogAttackLawyer.com

Attorney Newell Recovers vs. Landlord Out of Possession

Posted on: July 3rd, 2013  padog

On 6/26/13, Attorney Thomas J. Newell obtained court approval to settle a Berks County pit bull attack  case versus a landlord who did not live in the house where the pit bull resided.  Back on December 29, 2010, a pit bull jumped over a 3 1/2′ fence on Birch Street in Reading PA.  The vicious dog bit a 9 year-old girl who was sledding in a nearby alley.

PIT BULL WALKINGThe Reading PA dog bite victim was treated at Reading Hospital & Medical Center for wounds to her right arm and right leg.  She also received some mental health professional care.  Unfortunately, the pit bull owner was an uninsured renter who left the area after falling behind in her rent.

Even though there was no proof of notice to the landlord of the prior vicious propensities, Attorney Newell was able to persuade the landlord’s liability insurance company to pay $15,000.00 to settle the girl’s personal injury claim.  Call Attorney Newell today at 1-800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation.  Visit his website @ www.PADogAttackLawyer.com