Fighting For The Rights Of Victims Of Police Misconduct And Abuse
Most police officers are hardworking and honest. They have stressful jobs that they perform bravely and professionally. But, it cannot be denied — there are more than a few officers in Philadelphia and the surrounding communities who abuse their power.
Whether on purpose or not, they egregiously mistreat the very people they are hired to protect. Just because police have a tough job or a badge, it doesn't mean they have the authority to stomp on your civil rights.
At Abramson & Denenberg, P.C., we fight for the rights of people who have been mistreated by police. If you or your loved one has been wrongfully arrested, immobilized with a Taser, shot, beaten, or unlawfully prosecuted or imprisoned, call 215-531-5011 as soon as possible to talk to us about your options.
We do not charge victims of police brutality or their families any upfront legal fees. We will only ask you to pay us if we win your case. We have won millions of dollars for our clients who were victims of police misconduct.
We Will Stand Up To The Police For You
Our police brutality practice is led by Alan Denenberg, an experienced trial attorney who once worked as a city solicitor, handling police misconduct cases from the other side. He has an insider's perspective on how cities defend police brutality claims — and he uses this knowledge to his clients' advantage.
The people of Philly and the surrounding areas do not have to tolerate police abuse. Police must respect our rights whether we are in our homes, on the streets or in custody. When they fail to do so, we step in and help victims of police brutality hold them accountable.
Depending on the circumstances and the extent of the injuries involved, victims of police brutality may be entitled to money for their medical expenses, pain and suffering and lost earnings, as well as, punitive damages, which are meant to punish the officer for his or her actions.
Subjected To Excessive Force? Get A Free Case Review.
It is important to act quickly to hold the police responsible for misconduct and abuse. There are strict time limits in place in Pennsylvania and nationally that can limit your ability to file a claim. Call 215-531-5011 or contact us online to schedule a free, no-obligation case review with one of our lawyers.