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In 2009, the state of Missouri enacted a “strict liability” law meaning that a dog owner is automatically responsible for the injuries caused by their dog. Before 2009, it had to be proven that a dog had a history of violent or dangerous behavior before its owner could be held liable in the event of an attack. Today, a dog owner is liable for the actions of his or her dog in almost all cases no matter its history of behavior.
The St. Louis, Missouri workers’ compensation attorneys at Kullmann, Klein & Dioneda, P.C. have helped countless workers fight for justice in Missouri and Illinois. If you or someone you know has suffered from a work-related injury, chances are your employer has workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance exists to cover a worker’s medical treatments, wages lost, and medical disputes and settlements for any permanent injuries.
Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Serious Help for your Serious Injury
Serious Help for your Serious Injury
With more than 70 years of combined experience representing cases similar to yours, the St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Kullmann, Klein & Dioneda, P.C., have the knowledge to give you the best possible legal representation in and out of court. Our personal injury attorneys anticipate your needs and fight for every dollar of compensation you deserve. Our legal team is committed to helping you resolve the problems created by your accident so that you can begin to get your life back on track.
We have experience in prosecuting all kinds of cases, including auto accidents, truck accidents (18 wheelers, tractor trailers, semi-trailer truck, big rig) as well as dog bite injuries, nursing home abuse and neglect, wrongful death claims, workers’ compensation, social security disability, and more.
Free ConsultationOur website is a tool for you to get the answers to your questions regarding your St. Louis personal injury, workers’ compensation, dog bite injuries and more. We take pride in getting superior results for our clients. Don’t wait any longer. Contact our firm today!
How much does it cost?
The St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Kullmann, Klein & Dioneda, P.C., understand that victims of serious injuries are already in dire financial situations. Thus, we do not charge our clients any fees unless we are able to collect a monetary award for them.
Attorneys representing personal injury victims typically handle cases on a contingent fee basis. A contingent fee means you pay the attorney a percentage of what he or she collects for you. If no money is obtained, then you do not owe a fee. A client is not charged attorney fees if he loses the case. If the client recovers damages from settlement or a favorable verdict, the attorney receives the fee from the recovery. The attorney’s fee varies depending on the type of case and amount of recovery. One thing is for sure, if you don’t recover you don’t owe any attorney’s fee.
We only get paid if you get paid
St. Louis Injury Lawyers
Injuries caused by dogs or other animals bites can be significant, causing pain and potentially large medical bills. Are you or someone you know one of the 800,000 Americans who has sought medical attention for a dog bite or a related injury this year? The experienced St. Louis dog bite injury attorneys at Kullmann, Klein & Dioneda, P.C. are ready to represent you.
Injured on the job in Missouri or Illinois? Our St. Louis workers’ compensation attorneys will help you get the dedicated representation you need in order to acquire legitimate and proper benefits from your employer. Your case is important to us. Let our workers’ compensation attorneys fight for the rights you deserve
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I am Injured at Work?
Nearly every employed Missouri or Illinois resident is protected by workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation covers injuries and occupational diseases which occur while you are on the job. The law guarantees you three kinds of Workers’ Compensation benefits:
- Health care to cure the injury
- Cash payments for lost wages
- Cash awards for any permanent or partial disabilities
If you have sustained an on-the-job injury, it is important that you understand your rights and obligations as soon as possible. Many injured workers commonly fail to do anything about work injuries out of fear of being fired or because they do not believe the injury is that serious. Failure to promptly notify an employer of a work injury, however, may preclude an injured worker from later pursuing a claim if it turns out to be more serious.
What if I am Injured by Someone’s Carelessness or Neglect?
There are many ways you can be injured through the carelessness or neglect of others, including:
- Car Accident
- Tractor Trailer Accident
- Accident with a Drunk Driver
- Motorcycle Accident
- Boating Accident
- Dog Bite
- Fall on Public or Private Property
- Defective Product
If you have been injured, you have valuable legal rights.
What If I am Injured in an Automobile Accident?
When you are the victim of an automobile accident you may be able to assert several types of claims. First, under the policy of the driver at fault, you have a claim for compensation for pain and suffering, permanent injuries, health care expenses, lost wages, and for the cost to repair or replace your damaged automobile. The other person’s insurance company may also be responsible for providing you with a rental car during the time it takes to either repair or replace your automobile.
Second, if the responsible driver is uninsured, your own insurance policy provides coverage for you. Therefore, you should collect essentially the same benefits even if the driver at fault is uninsured. Also, your own insurance policy may provide benefits that will pay all of your accident-related health care expenses.
Lastly, you should be aware that your insurance company cannot raise your rates if the accident was not your fault, regardless of whether you make a claim against your policy. Missouri Division of Insurance regulations provide:
“In no event shall an insurer request an increase in premium from any insured in connection with any claim arising out of any accident for which the insured was not at fault.” 4CRS 190- 17.100(3)