Warrensburg Animal Bite Lawyer, Missouri

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William L. Hall

Consumer Protection, Corporate, Collection, Animal Bite
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Jeffery A. Hanna

Premises Liability, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Animal Bite
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Miles ex rel. Miles v. Rich

... In Champagne, the humane society defendant had a contract with a city to perform animal control, and the court held that the public duty doctrine did not bar the dog bite victim from holding the humane society liable for negligently performing the governmental function of animal ...

Miles v. Rich

... In Champagne, the humane society defendant had a contract with a city to perform animal control, and the court held that the public duty doctrine did not bar the dog bite victim from holding the humane society liable for negligently performing the governmental function of animal ...

CH v. Wolfe

... When Wolfe stated, "that's not a bite," CH told Wolfe he was going to call animal control because Wolfe "obviously [didn't] care about these dogs running loose." Wolfe told him not to bother animal control because "they have better things to do with their time." CH subsequently ...

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