Many legal protections have been established under the Civil Rights Act and other state and federal laws to safeguard the rights of individuals. A skilled attorney is frequently necessary to assert those rights. If you believe your constitutional or civil rights have been violated, talk to an experienced civil rights lawyer at Weisberg Law.
Safeguarding Your Civil Rights: Protecting Individuals In Pennsylvania And New Jersey
The United States Constitution grants certain liberties and protections to all U.S. citizens. If your rights have been violated, we can help. We support the interests of individuals who have been victimized by wrongful conduct such as:
- Excessive force: Was excessive force used in your arrest? Using more force than what is reasonably necessary in an arrest is considered police misconduct and may entitle you to compensation for injuries suffered from police brutality.
- False arrest: Were you falsely arrested, overcharged or wrongfully prosecuted for a crime you didn't commit?
- Government abuse of power: This includes malicious prosecution and violation of your due process and First Amendment rights.
Begin Protecting Your Best Interests Today
It is easy to become discouraged as a lone voice fighting against abuses of power. Often the system may seem stacked against you. At Weisberg Law, we shine a light on civil rights violations, helping you recover the financial losses you suffered and helping prevent future instances of civil rights abuses.
If your civil rights have been violated, you can trust in the lawyers of Weisberg Law to fight for you. Contact us at one of our offices in Philadelphia or Morton. We offer contingency fee representation, meaning we accept no fee unless we win your case. You can reach us at 484-842-4030 or toll free at 866-570-6945.