VICTIMS IN KANSAS CITY
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), approximately 800,000 people seek medical care for injuries suffered in dog attacks every year. Children account for half of this number, and most of them are between the ages of five and nine years old. If a dog has attacked you or your child, it is in your best interests to meet with a Kansas City personal injury lawyer as early as possible, to discuss the situation and learn whether you have grounds for legal action. With the help or our legal team, you can pursue compensation for:
- Emergency Medical Care
- Ongoing Care
- Doctors’ Visits
- Emotional Pain & Suffering
- Lost Wages
If you or someone you love has recently suffered harm because of another’s negligence or misconduct, you need proven, passionate attorneys on your side.
Act now! Contact the Montee Law Firm, P.C. for a FREE consultation.
Contact us at the Montee Law Firm, P.C. for help from a team with over a century of combined experience. We have helped our clients recover more than $250 million in jury verdicts and insurance settlements, and we can begin work on your case today. An attorney from our firm will stand by you throughout the process of your claim, fighting aggressively to help you receive the amount you deserve. We can represent you whether you have suffered lacerations, puncture or avulsion wounds, or if you want to sue for the wrongful death of a loved one.
The strategy for pursuing your case against the owner of the dog that bit you will be different depending on which state the attack occurred in. If you were injured in Missouri, the owner can be held strictly liable for the dog’s actions, while for attacks occurring in Kansas, it is necessary to prove that the owner was aware that the dog had a vicious nature and is responsible for causing your injury through negligence. In either situation, we will work to gather all the evidence necessary to prove your claim and to maximize the amount you receive for your medical expenses, your lost income and pain and suffering.