When should I call a police brutality lawyer?

If you are asking this question, then now is the right time to make the call. You have nothing to lose by making the call, and you could protect your legal rights and financial recovery.

Call a Police Brutality Lawyer in These Situations

You should call a police brutality lawyer as soon as possible if a police officer uses more force than is reasonably necessary, and you are hurt because of it. Excessive police force can happen in many different ways. You may have a police brutality case if you are injured by a police officer’s:

  • Sexual assault
  • False arrest
  • Undue restraint
  • Unreasonable violence or physical force
  • Unnecessary strip search
  • Unreasonable use of Tasers or stun guns
  • Unreasonable shooting

You could be hurt as an innocent bystander, during a traffic stop, during an arrest, or once you are in police custody.

After any of these situations—or any other instances of police brutality—it is up to you, the victim, to hold the police accountable. However, you don’t have to take action alone. You have the right to work with experienced police brutality injury attorneys.

Don’t Worry About Paying a Police Brutality Lawyer

Right now, you might not know if you have a police brutality case. You may put off calling a lawyer because you don’t want to spend money without a solid case.

We don’t want you to worry about the cost of an attorney. We always offer completely free initial meetings. You don’t have to know if you definitely have a case before you call us. If you’ve been hurt and you think the police may have acted with excess force, then that is enough to justify the call.

After your free consultation, we will offer you our Win or It’s Free Guarantee. That means that you only pay legal fees if you recover financial damages for a police brutality injury. We will explain all of this to you at your first meeting. Call us, or fill out our online contact form, now to learn more.

Jason F. Abraham
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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.