Meet Kenneth M. Phillips
The Today Show called Attorney Kenneth Phillips "the dog-bite king of the legal universe." Time Magazine called him "California's leading dog-bite lawyer." Good Housekeeping referred to him as "a leading expert in dog-bite law."
The Chicago Tribune called him "an expert in laws pertaining to dog bites." The Los Angeles Times said he is "the nation's best-known practitioner of terrier torts."
Attorney Kenneth M. Phillips is the USA's leading authority in dog bite law. He does one thing, and one thing only: he represents dog bite victims. He does not charge anything unless he succeeds in getting money for a client. Dog bite victims are entitled to compensation for medical bills, future medical treatment, lost income, pain, suffering, and much more. Mr. Phillips has earned tens of millions of dollars for dog bite victims all over the nation.
He welcomes email and will answer your questions for free. You can reach him with our contact form or use email@example.com. You won't be charged anything and you won't receive spam. You'll get his personal reply within hours (sometimes immediately, other times the next day). Read Who I am to learn more about his. You can see him in action on our video page, and a list of his interviews in newspapers, magazines, and on radio and TV. Read what people say about him, below.
What People Write About Mr. Phillips.
Thank you very much for your information yesterday. My 7 y.o. daughter has been bitten by a pit-bull. There are no words to express how grateful I was for two things. First, your website, which has all the necessary information to guide a parent. Second, the advice you gave me freely.
Before I wrote to you, I had spoken with two doctors and two vets, and all of them put together were not able to give me clear instructions on the steps I needed to take, which I have learned from you. Thank you very much for your thorough instructions.
When our child was bitten, we were in a lot of panic and were not sure what to do. During this awful time I was grateful there was someone who knows the subject completely.
With deep gratitude, Maria
Kenneth, thanks for all of the work you do..we just received your book on when dogs bite or kill other dogs and it is helping us with our case. I encourage anyone in this group who has lost a dog to an attack to purchase it--its money well spent!
I recently purchased and viewed your DVD on the anatomy of a dog bite case. I greatly appreciated your insight and I'm sure it will pay dividends as I pursue my client's claims.
John F. Romano
Kenneth Phillips absolutely is the country's leading legal expert in the handling, litigation and strategy of dog bite cases. He is the premiere author, not only with articles, a book and other publications, speaks on this subject all the time, and [when] the discussion is about dog bite litigation it is an absolute that you are going to hear Kenneth Phillips talking about it.
John F. Romano, past President of the Florida Justice Association and one of the country’s most recognized trial attorneys.
My daughter was bitten in September 2008 at a family gathering. I remember very distinctly having to keep the sutures moist to prevent scabbing, the emotional turmoil of feeling so guilty for not somehow seeing the future to prevent my child from getting hurt, and the agony of feeling torn about what to do to ensure this would have the best possible outcome for my daughter's future. I am a single mom, and had to hide my tears until she went to bed, when I would lose all emotional composure from the feelings this accident induced. I spent hours researching dog bite cases, how insurance agencies handled settlements, and had no one here on those lonely nights to ask what to do, what the best option was, and felt like the biggest decision of my child's life rested on me doing the right thing not only by her, but by the family. I know how exhausting that is.
More details about Mr. Phillips
Leading authority in dog bite law
How Kenneth M. Phillips handles cases across the USA
"Aren't you too busy to handle cases?" and other FAQ's about Kenneth M. Phillips
Retaining Mr. Phillips