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Have you or a loved one been injured in a Missouri dog bite attack?  Contact Mr. Campbell today for the experienced legal help you need!  You will never pay a fee unless we get you money!

Mr. Campbell will aggressively fight for your rights.  He has collected Millions of Dollars for his clients who have been injured or killed in Missouri. Mr. Campbell will give you the care and attention you need during this horrifying time in your life.  He focuses his dog bite injury practice on all Missouri towns south of I-70 Highway including: Kansas City, Warrensburg, Sedalia, Columbia, Jefferson City, Washington, Rolla, Lebanon, Farmington, Cape Girardeau, Carthage, Springfield, Joplin, West Plains, Poplar Bluff, and Lake of the Ozarks.

According to DogsBite.org, 42 people in the United States were killed in 2014 as a result of dog bites.  Despite being regulated in Military Housing areas and over 700 U.S. cities, pit bulls contributed to 64% (27) of these deaths. Pit bulls make up about 6% of the total U.S. dog population.  In 2014, loose dogs off their owner's property caused 40% of all fatal attacks, a sharp rise from the last 10-year rate of 24% (2005 to 2014).  Currently, at least 42 Missouri counties ban pit bulls.

In 2009, it became easier in Missouri for dog bite victims to hold the dog owner responsible for their injuries.  Now dog bite victims no longer have to prove that the dog was vicious or the owner knew that the dog was vicious before the attack.  The dog bite victim only has to prove that he or she was on public property or had been invited on private property, and that he or she did nothing to provoke the dog before being bitten.  If these two requirements are proven by the victim, the dog owner will be held “strictly liable” for the dog bite attack and the victim may be given money to pay for his or her injuries and related expenses.  However, if a judge or jury determines that the victim was partly at fault for the attack, the damages recovered by the victim will be reduced by victim's percentage of fault.  Also, a dog owner or possessor can be made up pay up to $1,000 in fines for a dog bite attack.

For example, assume a dog bite victim sues a dog owner for an attack and a jury finds the dog owner liable, awarding $100,000 in damages to the victim. If the jury also decides that the victim was 30 percent at fault for the attack, the victim's damages will be reduced by 30 percent so he or she will be given only $70,000.

If you or a loved one was injured in a dog attack, contact a skilled dog bite attorney, Mr. Campbell, to discuss your legal options and the money that may be available to you.  And remember, you will never pay a fee unless we get you money!

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