Vigorously Pursuing Police Misconduct Claims
Law enforcement agents at every level have the duty to protect and serve the public. While most police officers uphold these duties, some police officers engage in shocking misconduct that violates all legal and ethical standards. In recent years, video footage has shown officers committing horrific acts of violence.
If you have reason to believe that you or a loved one was victimized by police misconduct, it is crucial to understand your rights and your options.
An experienced lawyer can help you right the wrongs that have been done to you and hold police officers and government agencies responsible for their acts of misconduct.
Representing People Harmed By Law Enforcement Personnel
At Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., our Manhattan law firm is able to represent people across New York City and beyond who have been harmed by police misconduct. Police misconduct can take on many forms, and includes:
- Police brutality
- Excessive use of force
- False arrest
- Improper search and seizure
- Racial profiling
- Denial of medical care
Depending on the exact circumstances of the case, any of these violations may be viewed as a civil rights violation. Cases involving police misconduct also involve issues of municipal liability. These types of cases are different from other personal injury claims. Our lawyers understand these differences and will prepare your case accordingly.
Sample Police Misconduct Result
$600,000 settlement in which our client was allegedly beaten and kicked by police officers and suffered a ruptured bladder, which required surgery. A successful settlement was obtained even though criminal prosecution of police officers by district attorney resulted in acquittals.
Take Swift Legal Action On Police Misconduct Claims
It costs nothing to speak to us about your case. If we accept your case, we will do so on a contingency fee basis. That means you will not pay attorney’s fees unless we are successful in your case, either through trial or settlement. Call us locally at 212-732-4992, call us toll free at 800-574-4LAW or complete our contact form to get started.