Dog bite claims can be complicated, and proving that the attacking dog had violent inclinations will likely be necessary to recover a full and fair settlement for your injuries. An understanding of Missouri leash and dog bite laws is also essential to gaining reasonable payment and distinguishing a responsible insurance carrier. Dog bite victims may be capable of recovering damages for their injuries, scars, lost wages, and pain and suffering through the dog owner’s homeowners insurance or other insurance policies.
However, insurance corporations are enterprises designed to make money. So they will likely try to offer you compensation for much less than you merit, often less than what you will need to pay for your past and future medical bills. Moreover, sometimes the dog owner doesn’t have homeowners’ or renters’ insurance.
These are just some of the barriers to gaining fair settlement in a dog bite case. That’s why it is essential to choose a qualified Missouri dog bite lawyer with a proven track record of getting clients just settlement for their damages. At McCollum Injury Law Firm, we have the experience, track record, and means to help you win your dog bite case.
Also, there is never a fee unless and until we get money for you.
Almost 80 million families in the U.S. have dogs. Most dogs are friendly, playful, and part of the family. However, it’s crucial to remember that dogs have different senses than people, and some are trained to attack.
Almost 4 million people are attacked by dogs each year. Unfortunately, more than half of dog bite victims are kids. In 2018, about one-third of all dog bite fatality victims were either visiting or living briefly with the dog’s owner when the fatal assault occurred.
Dog owners are responsible for their animals, and there are leash and dog bite laws in Missouri governing dog owners. If you or your child have experienced a dog bite, you know that an assault is physical and emotionally traumatizing. Fortunately, an accomplished Missouri dog bite lawyer can help dog bite victims recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, scars, pain, and suffering.
If you or someone you love has suffered dog bite injuries in Missouri, you may have a legitimate case, the owner of the dog and his or her insurance carrier. For a free legal evaluation of your case with a Missouri dog bite attorney, call McCollum Injury Law Firm toll free at 1-816-474-2060. You never pay a fee until we collect money for you.
Call us toll-free 1-816-474-2060 for a no-obligation, free legal evaluation of your dog bite claim. Our Missouri dog bite lawyers have the skill, experience, and means to get you the settlement you deserve. Please visit our dog bite statistics page for more information on how to avoid a dog bite.
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