Dog Bite Attorney
Dog bites are an important type of premises liability case.
These are not cases involving a minor nip by a dog, but in fact can involve very severe injuries. Dogs will often attack a person’s face and neck or cause serious wounds by tearing flesh and leading to dangerous infections.
Facial injuries will often require multiple reconstructive surgeries and still result in permanent scars. Because children are frequently attracted to dogs, they are often the victim, and their attacks will often result in psychological trauma that may demand years of counseling or psychological therapy.
If you or someone you know has suffered from a dog bite injury, please call us or send us a message today.
Frequently Asked Questions
With a contingent-fee agreement, your attorney does not charge a direct, hourly rate or require a set retainer fee. Instead, the attorney receives a percentage of the settlement or verdict as payment. This arrangement allows many injured persons to bring lawsuits that they would otherwise be unable to afford.
Our main office is located at 201 W 47th Street in Kansas City, Missouri. We're on the 2nd floor of the building on the Southeast corner of 47th and Wyandotte on the Country Club Plaza. Both street and garage parking are available.
It’s a good question. However, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to the question when to file a personal injury lawsuit. To put it one way, anytime you have suffered injuries due to someone else’s negligence and you are at risk of not receiving adequate compensation, it is likely you will need to sue in order to be properly compensated.