Civil Rights Violation
You have a right to be treated fairly and equally, especially when interacting with government officers. If you have been treated unfairly, and your civil rights have been violated, you need to receive legal help as soon as possible. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, please call us for a FREE initial consultation, so we can help.
Civil Rights Violation Attorney
As a United States citizen, you are guaranteed certain civil rights in all circumstances. Civil rights laws guarantee individuals the right to equal treatment. In settings such as housing, employment, education, and a host of others, discrimination and unfair treatment are illegal acts. Regardless of age, race, skin color, sexual preference, religion, disability, or any other personal choice or characteristics, you should be treated fairly and equally.
In addition, you have the right to be free from any excessive force, any unreasonable or unwarranted search and seizure procedure, and from punishment that is not allowable by law. If you have had any of these rights violated, you should contact us at LawCare and we can provide a free consultation.
Why you need a civil rights attorney
Fear often prevents many citizens of civil rights violations from reporting their cases or seeking compensation. What most citizens fail to realize is that they are entitled to monetary compensation if their civil rights are violated. A civil rights injury attorney can determine the extent of your mental or physical injuries as a result of a civil rights violation and take appropriate action to get you the compensation for your injuries.
Choosing the right law firm
Civil rights violations are difficult cases, so you need an experienced, professional civil rights lawyer and law firm for legal representation. A good civil rights lawyer will negotiate with the insurance companies involved, help you gain peace of mind, and help you receive the settlement you deserve.
You should call us at LawCare immediately if you have been discriminated against for age, race, skin color, sexual preference, religion, disability, or any other personal choice or characteristic; in addition, contact us if you have been treated brutally or with excessive force by a law enforcement officer. We can set up a free, non-obligation consultation with you to determine what your legal claims may be.