The Secret to Good Police Brutality Cases
The most common question we hear from people who are injured by police misconduct is, "Do I have a good police brutality case?" It's a great question.
In our experience, the following types of police abuse and violence can result in good police brutality cases:
- Assault and battery, including police beatings, police stun gun attacks, police shootings, and other unprovoked police tactics
- Denial of medical care and deliberate indifference to an inmate's medical needs after being arrested or confined
- False arrest, false imprisonment, and other forms of illegal arrests and unlawful confinement
- Sexual assault, molestation, rape, and other crimes involving sexual abuse by a law enforcement office during or after arrest
- Wrongful death, including fatal shootings, Taser deaths, manslaughter, murder and other types of deadly force cases that cause someone to be killed
If you have a case similar to one described above, call us now. Acting quickly in Georgia police brutality cases can make or break your case.
As a result, the best way to know if you have a good case is to speak directly with an experienced Georgia police brutality law firm.
Contact an experienced police brutality attorney in GA today.
Let Our Police Brutality Attorneys in GA Fight for You
Solid legal advice is the key to winning your case. So it is no surprise that the first thing our Georgia police brutality attorneys do is help you determine if you have a good case.
The key question in all police brutality cases is whether a cop or other law enforcement officer has used unconstitutionally excessive force against you or a loved one.
When you become a client with our firm we fight for you. Here are just a few of the things you can count on:
- We immediately begin gathering proof to show that the police used illegal force against you
- We immediately locate witnesses and secure their testimony
- We immediately determine if the brutality was caught on tape by a video camera
- We immediately hire experts who help prove you were subjected to excessive, unnecessary or unreasonable police violence.
Our case evaluation is fast. It's free. It's smart. It's the key to knowing if you have a good police brutality case.
Contact our police brutality attorneys in GA today. Let us fight for you.