Pennsylvania Civil Rights Trial Lawyers for Plaintiffs
New Jersey and Pennsylvania Prison Abuse Attorneys
Police Brutality is a Violation of Your Civil Rights
If you have been beaten or assaulted by a police officer during an arrest, your rights may have been violated. At Hill & Associates, P.C., in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we aggressively pursue justice for the victims of police brutality. Nobody, including police officers, is above the law.
We represent people in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in cases involving excessive or deadly force by police officers. For a free case evaluation, call 215.567.7600, toll free 1-800-731-4687 or e-mail us today.
When Police Go Too Far, We Hold Them Accountable
There are many questions that must be asked when investigating the use of force during an arrest?
- Were you injured?
- Were you stopped for a valid reason?
- Was force necessary?
- Was the incident unprovoked?
- Were weapons used?
- Did the police follow department rules?
- Did police go too far?
- Was anyone killed?
Nobody should ever be allowed to operate above the law, especially the police officers we trust to enforce it. Our skilled attorneys work closely with clients to examine the circumstances of their case and determine how a reasonable police officer would have acted under the same circumstances. We are dedicated to handling a broad range of police brutality cases and securing full and fair compensation for our clients.
Pursue Your Rights — Contact Our Philadelphia PA Police Brutality Lawyers Today
Citizens should never have to live in fear of overzealous police officers. If you have been victimized by police brutality, we invite you to visit our website dedicated exclusively to victims of police brutality, excessive force, and civil rights violations of police by clicking on the links below. Or, contact us today for a free case evaluation with an attorney who cares.
- Police brutality
- Use of excessive force
- False arrests and Illegal Detention
- Racial profiling “Stop and Frisk”
- Taser abuse
- Attacks by police dogs
- Jail and prison neglect and abuse