Helping The Victims Of Police Misconduct
Law enforcement officers must follow specific standards and rules while enforcing the law. When police officers break the rules, such as when they apply excessive and unnecessary force, they can be held accountable. If you were the victim of police misconduct, the attorneys at Freid, Gallagher, Taylor, & Associates, P.C., are ready to help you protect your rights.
Our lawyers help the victims of police misconduct get the justice and compensation they deserve. We have decades of combined experience and have seen firsthand how some police officers may cross the line while doing their jobs. When victims speak up about misconduct, we can all get a more equitable and fair justice system. Let us help you take that first step in protecting your rights. Call our office now at 989-498-6820 to schedule your consultation with a proven lawyer.
Abusive Police Officers Make The Justice System Worse
As in any industry, there are incredible officers who follow the rules and help our communities as well as bad actors who give other officers a bad name. Officers who ignore the rules make our community more dangerous and lead to less faith in our justice system. We strive to help accident victims tell their story and ensure that abusive police officers are held accountable for their misconduct.
Our staff will work closely with you to understand the details of the misconduct. We carefully investigate every piece of evidence and create a personalized strategy based on this close analysis of case facts. This strategy allows us to take aggressive action and quickly resolve these often challenging police misconduct cases.
Evidence Is Fleeting. Contact Our Firm Now.
Evidence in a police misconduct case can disappear, and the memories of eyewitnesses and victims can become distorted. Additionally, there are strict rules to report misconduct. It is essential that you contact our lawyers as soon as possible. We offer free consultation, and there is no fee at all unless we win your case. Call 989-498-6820 or use the contact form to schedule your free first meeting.