Mississauga Dog Bite Attack Personal Injury Law Firm Serving Ontario

Wherever you are in Ontario, Our Personal Injury Lawyer Can Meet You There. We Video-Chat.

OUR MOTTO

 Specialized Nonpareil Dog Bite Injury Lawyering For a Full and Just Damage Compensation. 

Usman Hannan, (JD, Toronto, 2011) Toronto Mississauga Injury Lawyer

Usman Hannan is a plaintiff's personal injury lawyer with  10 years of experience. His injury law practice is exclusively focused on plaintiff's dog bite injury law. He is rated as Top Three Personal Injury Lawyers in Mississauga, Ontario for THREE years in a row: 2020, 2021, and 2022 by the ThreeBestRated.

We are Inspired by late Lawyer Mohammed Hannan, who believed:

....verily justice and judgement shall come to pass.---Al Qur'an

Moahmmad Hannan, Inspirational Founder of Hannan Hannan Barristers, Personal Injury Law Firm

Are you in need of highly focused Toronto-Mississauga personal injury lawyer's help for your serious dog bite injury?

  • We typically conduct Initial Interviews over the Emails, Phone, or Video Conference. No Obligation Free Consultation. 
  • Whenever needed we go to your residence, hospital or preferred place of meeting anywhere in Ontario free of charge to extend our Personal Injury Lawyer's Help.

We are Just one email or phone call away from you. 

Personal Injury Law Office in Mississauga and Serving All of Ontario, inlcluding Mississauga, Etobicoke, Toronto, Brampton, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Vaughan and the Neighborhoods. 

Dog Bite Injury Lawyer
No Win No Fee Personal Injury Lawyer

Our Ontario Dog Bite Lawyer based on Toronto-Mississauga serves you by No Win No Fee.  When you hire us, you never pay us any out of pocket fees or costs at any stage whatsoever. Only upon damage recovery from the other side, we take 33.33% of the recovered sum as our fee. You have zero downside risk or burden in terms of paying any of our fees or costs.

We are able to offer No Win No Fee because of our confidence and expertise in a given dog bite injury case, and the rules permit this arrangement for one simple reason: it gives access to justice to common Ontarians who could otherwise never afford a competent lawyer.