Dog Bite Lawyers in Missouri
Put Decades of Experience in Your Corner
If you were bitten by another person’s dog, you should retain experienced representation immediately. In Missouri, you have five years from the date of your injury to file a personal injury claim. If the deadline expires, you will almost always be unable to recover compensation for your hospital bills, lost wages, disability-related expenses, and other losses. A skilled attorney will be able to guide you through each stage of the claims process and ensure no deadlines are missed.
At Price & Randle, our dog bite lawyers in Missouri have been helping injured people recover fair and full compensation since 2010. We can help you, as well. Our legal team exclusively focuses our efforts in this practice area, and we have successfully won millions of dollars for our clients. Using our in-depth understanding of Missouri personal injury law, we can effectively defend your rights and fight for your best interests.
Missouri Dog Bite Laws
In Missouri a dog’s owner may be held liable by a dog bite victim if:
- The injury was caused due to their dog biting the victim
- The person who was bitten did not provoke the dog
- The person who was bitten was lawfully on private property, or on public property
Additionally, when it comes to dig bite laws in Missouri, the state follows a strict liability rule. This means that, even if the dog’s owner was unaware their dog would be aggressive, they can still be held liable if their dog bites another person.
Don't Wait to Get Help With Your Case Today
To discuss your circumstances with our knowledgeable dog bite attorneys, please reach out to Price & Randle and set up your free initial consultation. We can talk about your case with you and help you figure out how to best proceed. Once you hire our firm, we can start aggressively fighting on your behalf.