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On 1/19/10, the Lebanon County dog bite attorney was given permission from a Lebanon County Orphan’s Court Judge to finalize a Lebanon County PA dog bite settlement of $101,000.00. A ten year old boy lived with his family in Palmyra PA. He was invited to play at a friend’s house. When he entered the Lebanon County home, an adult female pit bull attacked him without any provocation.

The Lebanon County dog attack victim was rushed to Hershey Medical Center where physicians performed surgery to repair the dog bite wounds to his lip and chin. Soon after he was released from the hospital, the young boy attended numerous therapy sessions with a Lebanon County mental health specialist.

The Lebanon County dog attack lawyer performed a thorough investigation of the dog attack claim in Lebanon County. Attorney Newell interviewed a witness who ultimately agreed to sign an affidavit attesting to past acts of aggression by the pit bull. The Lebanon County dog attack attorney provided the affidavit, medical records and current photographs to the defendants’ homeowner’s insurance carrier.

The attorney for dog bites in Lebanon County demanded and received the defendants’ liability policy limit of $100,000.00 plus the med-pay limit of $1,000.00. The Lebanon County dog bite injury lawyer was happy to have obtained the maximum dog bite case settlement without having to file a Lebanon County dog attack lawsuit.


What is the difference between Lebanon County personal injury attorneys and Lebanon County dog attack attorneys?

  • There are many talented Lebanon County car crash lawyers who skillfully apply the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Code to the advantage of their clients.
  • Lebanon County dog attack lawyers must be totally knowledgeable regarding dog bite laws in Pennsylvania and the Court decisions interpreting the PA Dog Law.
  • The Lebanon County dog bite injury lawyer has established his reputation in the field of PA dog bite lawsuits by representing PA dog attack victims in 38 different Pennsylvania Counties.
  • Lebanon County dog attack victims who hire Lebanon County dog bite law firms have no control over which attorney handles their dog attack claim in Lebanon County.
  • Your lawyer for dog bites in Lebanon County is a solo practitioner. Every Lebanon County dog bite victim who hires him receives the benefit of his 40 years of Pennsylvania personal injury litigation experience.

Attacked by a dog while walking in Lebanon County?

  • Please seek immediate medical attention, especially if you have open dog bite wounds.
  • Good Samaritan Hospital is located at 4 Walnut St. in Lebanon PA 17046.
  • As the Lebanon County dog owner for paperwork showing the status of his/her dog’s rabies vaccine injections.
  • Photograph the dog attack wounds before and after medical care is received.
  • Call the Lebanon County dog bite injury attorney at 800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation.

Will the Lebanon County dog bite attorney come to my home in Palmyra Pennsylvania?

The Lebanon County dog attack lawyer will visit dog bite victims anywhere in Lebanon County Pennsylvania, including:

    • Lebanon (17042 & 17046), Palmyra (17078), Jackson (17067)
    • South Londonderry (17010), North Londonderry (17078)
    • South Lebanon (17042), North Lebanon (17046)
    • Swatara (17038), Bethel (17026), Cornwall (17016)
    • North Cornwall (17042), Myerstown (17067), Cleona (17042)
  • Telephone the Lebanon County dog bite lawyer now at 800-980-4842 to schedule your free home consultation. Put Attorney Newell’s 40 years of experience to work for your Lebanon County dog attack case.



The PA dog attack lawyer has aggressively represented PA dog bite victims in 38 Pennsylvania Counties. The content of this website is for informational purposes only and is NOT legal advice for your specific Pennsylvania dog attack claim. Settlements/verdicts in other PA dog bite claims were based upon the unique set of liability and damage facts of each case, as well as the law that existed at that time.

The PA Dog Law and the legal decisions regarding Pennsylvania dog bite lawsuits can change at any time. Attorney Newell strongly advises you to immediately consult with an experienced Pennsylvania dog bite lawyer to review the facts of your dog attack and the injuries you sustained. The PA dog attack attorney provides free home consultations to all PA dog bite victims whose cases he believes have legal and economic merit.


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Free Consultation Provided by Lebanon County Dog Bite Attorney

On March 15, 2021, the Lebanon County dog attack lawyer gave a free analysis to a woman who was attacked by a pit bull in Myerstown PA. She was working at a local animal shelter. The pit bull did not bark or growl before initiating the unprovoked attack.

It was only afterwards that she found out that the pit bull had a history of prior vicious propensities. The PA dog bite victim was rushed to a nearby hospital where surgeons used numerous stitches to close the horrific facial wounds. The Lebanon County dog attack attorney provided her with a thorough review of her legal options.


Lebanon County Dog Bite Lawyer Consulted

On 1/21/20, your attorney for dog attacks in Lebanon County PA provided a free consultation to a woman who was attacked at a farm in Grantville PA where she had horses boarded.  A tenant’s dog jumped up and bit her in the face when she was in the stables. Multiple stitches were needed to close the serious facial lacerations.

It is the opinion of the Lebanon County dog attack attorney that the woman will need 1 or more future plastic surgeries to attempt to minimize the permanent facial scars. Attorney Thomas J. Newell provided her with a detailed analysis of the requirements to successfully sue a landlord who did not own or possess a tenant’s dog.