Civil Rights/1983 Litigation
All people should be treated fairly and equally by the government. Every act by the government should be in support of personal rights and freedoms. The government should never violate the rights of the people it was created to serve. The best way, and often the only way, to hold the government accountable for violating your civil rights is to file a civil rights claim.
We have sued governmental bodies for use of excessive force by police officers, illegal search and seizure of personal property, discrimination from a government agency and for official misconduct in universities and schools. If you believe that your rights have been violated, schedule a free consultation. We have the experience and drive to help you protect your freedoms.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if my rights have been violated?
Civil rights are constitutionally protected rights to personal liberty that are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and certain Congressional acts. We have experience litigating civil rights violations, including excessive force by police officers during an otherwise lawful arrest and illegal search and seizure of personal property. If you experienced unjust treatment from a state or federal government official, you should schedule a free consultation to hear our opinion of your case.
How does payment work?
Consultations for civil rights cases are free. If we agree to represent you, we aren’t paid until the case is resolved.