Police Brutality Lawyer in Tucson, Arizona
Impacted or Injured by Police Brutality?
Police brutality is the unwarranted or excessive display of force by police against civilians. When police act with prejudice, brutality, and malice, it is against your rights.
If you are injured by the following acts, you have been a victim of police brutality and may be liable to fight for compensation:
- Excessive or unnecessary force
- Forced or coerced confessions
- False arrest
- Falsified evidence
- Illegal search and seizure
- Inmate abuse
- Inappropriate use of tasers, nightsticks, and pepper spray
- Racial profiling
- Sexual abuse
- Threats of violence
- Verbal abuse
- Wrongful death
- Wrongful shootings
Police brutality is inexcusable at any level. The duty of police officers is to try and prevent crime, but more often than not, they are called to the scene in the moment or to document and investigate after the fact. Far too often police act with implicit bias or fear, causing officers to reach outside of their duties. When police make quick, life-altering decisions, officers ruin community trust, especially in BIPOC communities (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) where police brutality happens at alarming rates.
Your Tucson, Arizona Police Brutality Attorneys
If you or someone you love has suffered from police brutality, you are going to need an experienced Tucson spinal cord injury attorney fighting for your rights.
Common injuries after facing police brutality include but are not limited to traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, skull and spinal fractures, burns, broken or fractured bones, eye injuries, disfigurement, and emotional trauma.
Should your injuries have left you unable to work, or provide for yourself and your family, you will need help recovering the compensation to meet your lifetime needs. Building a strong case requires that all aspects of your accident are thoroughly reviewed including liability, extent of your injuries, as well as the economic and non-economic damages you may be eligible to receive. Our attorneys will fight hard to negotiate a settlement that is in your best interests, or take your case to court to help you get the substantial verdict merited by your injuries.