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Holding Police Officers Accountable For Use Of Excessive Force

If you have been victimized by police brutality in New York, it is critical to have an experienced firm on your side with the resources to fully pursue your case. At the offices of Sivin, Miller & Roche LLP, we have advocated on behalf of victims of police brutality and civil rights violations for decades.

No matter how difficult their job is, police officers do not have the right to use excessive force when apprehending suspects and interacting with civilians. Police officers are instructed to use only the minimum amount of force necessary to achieve a legitimate purpose.

If you have been injured by a police officer who used excessive force, you are entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, physical suffering, mental anguish and more. We have recovered multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts for victims of police brutality. We always aim to resolve these cases though pretrial negotiations, but if a fair agreement cannot be reached, we are always prepared to go to court to argue your case.

No case is too small. We do not limit our work to obvious cases of police brutality that can be settled quickly. We are passionate about representing all victims of police brutality. It is not essential to have suffered serious injuries. If you have questions about your case, call us at 800-836-3152.

Put Our Experienced Attorneys On Your Side

Many cases of police corruption involve racial discrimination or racial profiling. If you are the victim of police brutality, it is important that you reach us as soon as possible after the incident. We hire expert investigators who go to the scene to collect evidence and speak with witnesses.

If you have questions for our New York police brutality attorneys, call us today. We offer a free consultation during which our lawyers can answer most of your questions.

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Call 800-836-3152 or email us to schedule a meeting. We accept these cases on a contingency basis, which means we don’t collect fees unless we successfully recover a settlement for you, either through a negotiated settlement or a court judgment.

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