Victims of Police & Prison Brutality: Recommended Lawyers
If you or your family member has suffered from police or prison misconduct-brutality, please call our attorneys at 1-800-231-6137 or e-mail [email protected]. The attorneys at Hirsch & Cosca are dedicated to helping innocent victims of police and prison officers brutality achieve justice and compensation. They have worked with people who have suffered from police and/or correctional officers misconduct through out the United States.
No one is above the law-including the police and correctional officers. There are occasions, when the actions of the police or prison officers violate the law and wrongfully harm individuals.
The tragic deaths of Samuel DuBose, Eric Garner, and Freddy Gray, has awakened all Americans to the illegal actions of a small number of police and prison officers. Freddie Gray, a 25-year old Baltimore black man suffered a severe spinal injury during his arrest on April 12, 2015, and died one week later from his injuries. A video showed Mr. Gray, screaming in pain, while dragged by two police officers to a police van. During the van ride, Mr. Gray fell into a coma after after he suffered a major spinal injury. Baltimore City States Attorney filed criminal charges against six police officers after the medical examiner ruled that the death was a homicide.
Recently, New York agreed to a settlement of 5.9 million for the family of Eric Garner. Mr. Garner died after the Staten Island police used excessive force by putting a chokehold on him.
Examples of Police and Prison Misconduct-Brutality Claims:
Brutality or excessive use of force
Inappropriate use of a taser gun
Unlawful use of firearms
Police and correctional officers negligent treatment of individuals
They know your rights and will protect them. Hirsch & Cosca are dedicated to helping innocent victims of police and prison officer’s brutality achieve justice and compensation. Please call 1-800-231-6137 or e-mail [email protected] with your concerns about police and/or prison misconduct-brutality conduct against your loved one. They have worked with people who have suffered from police and/or prison misconduct through out the United States.