Oklahoma City Civil Rights Violation Attorneys
Have your rights been violated?
Government institutions and law enforcement are in place to protect and uphold the rights of an individual, but they are still fallible. Violations of your civil rights by these authorities can occur in several ways, including:
- Excessive force from law enforcement officers
- Failure to protect
- Racial profiling
- Abuse of power
- Denial of medical treatment
Any violation of your civil rights is an abject failure by a system specifically designed to do the opposite. These violations must be dealt with swiftly and severely by a legal team that understands not only the importance of upholding your civil liberties, but the consequences that should come to the parties responsible.
Your Legal Counsel Makes all the Difference
Civil rights violations are complex cases that require an experienced and knowledgeable law firm who truly understands the gravity of the situation, and what it will take to ensure proper recourse. This not only includes litigative skill, but an exhaustive comprehension of Section 1983 — a federal statute that enables citizens to seek damages from the government for any violation of that citizen’s Constitutional rights.
Coyle Law Firm has the expertise needed to handle your civil rights case. We take these cases seriously, with an unrelenting commitment to ensure you get what you’re legally entitled to for what you’ve endured.
Trust Your Civil Rights Case to a Proven Firm That Gets Results
If you believe your civil rights have been violated, get in touch with us for a free consultation. We will review your situation, and offer an informed opinion as to what your next steps should be. You can call Coyle Law Firm at 405-583-3909, or use the contact form link found below anytime.
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