Kansas City Dog Bite Attorney
Hold the Negligent Owner Responsible
Dog bites cause thousands of injuries yearly in America, with many of the
individuals attacked being children. These dog bite injuries are often
caused by the negligence of the dog's owner, who failed to properly
secure or supervise their pet. Certain breeds of dogs are known for their
aggression, such as Rottweiler's and pit bulls, and owners of these
types of animals have a duty to ensure they are properly restrained.
If your or a loved one has suffered from a dog bite or other
animal attack, you need to retain the services of an experienced Kansas City personal
injury attorney to protect your rights and ensure you obtain the compensation
you deserve for any injuries sustained. When someone is bitten by a dog,
the injuries can be severe, even
catastrophic. Damage to muscles and nerves can occur, in addition to the damage to
one's physical appearance. These types of injuries can take a long
time to heal, especially if plastic surgery is required to repair damage
caused by the injuries.
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The costs for the medical treatment can be devastating to both you and
your family. With the help of Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott, our attorneys
can skillfully document and negotiate your claim for damages to the insurance
company for the owner of the dog. Don't assume you can deal directly
with them, as they don't have your best interests in mind and are
looking to quickly and cost-effectively settle your claim.
Pursuing Your Rights To Compensation
Because a dog bite is such a traumatic experience, the firm will pursue
a claim for all possible losses you have suffered, including medical costs,
future medical costs, lost earnings and especially
emotional distress and pain and suffering. With his experience in negotiating, you can feel
confident our office will obtain the maximum possible settlement on your behalf.
If You Have Been Injured By A Dog Bite,
Contact Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott for Effective Legal Representation.