When a dangerous dog is not properly confined or restrained, the dog can get loose and bite someone, causing him or her to suffer lacerations and other serious injuries. If you have suffered a bite injury because of a dangerous dog, you may require medical treatment, and in some cases, therapy. When a dog bites a small child or an elderly person, the bite may result in catastrophic injuries and even death.
At the Montee Law Firm, our experienced team of Missouri dog bite lawyers fully understands the pain, suffering, and inconvenience that often accompanies dog bites. Our knowledgeable and compassionate legal team can meet with you to discuss what occurred, your injuries, and legal options for proceeding forward with a claim against the owner of the dangerous dog that bit you.
Please give us a call today at (816) 364-1650 or contact us online to learn more about how we can assist you with recovering monetary compensation for the dog bite injuries from which you suffered.
Dog bite incidents often occur out of the blue. Oftentimes, the bite victim is calmly going about his or her business when a dangerous dog appears out of nowhere and unexpectedly attacks and bites him or her. Dog bites sometimes occur when a dangerous dog is not properly confined to the owner’s yard (such as by a fence) or when the dog escapes from the owner and runs around the neighborhood at large.
When a dangerous dog bites a person, the injuries can be extremely dangerous. Some of the most common injuries suffered by dog bite victims in Kansas City include the following:
If you have suffered injuries in a dog bite incident that requires medical treatment, you may be eligible to recover monetary compensation for your treatment, as well as for the pain, suffering, and mental anguish that you experienced as a result of your injury.
If you or someone you love has suffered injuries in a dog bite incident, the knowledgeable legal team at the Montee Law Firm is ready to assist you with pursuing damages for the injuries you suffered. To schedule a free case evaluation and legal consultation with a Missouri dog bite lawyer, please call us at (816) 364-1650 or contact us online to learn more about how we can help you pursue monetary recovery for your dog bite injuries.
Contact us for your free consultation