Southeast Michigan Civil Rights Lawyers
Detroit Police Brutality Attorneys
Have you or a loved one had your constitutional rights violated by a police officer or any other government agent? If that civil rights violation resulted in physical harm, financial loss or any other type of damage, you may be able to pursue action against the individual or organization that caused the loss. We can help. At the law firm of Hertz Schram, we will work hard to see that you are properly compensated. We will work hard to see that those responsible are held accountable for their actions.
For a free consultation with a dedicated civil rights attorney, e-mail us or call us at (248) 494-4486.
For more than 3 decades, the lawyers of Hertz Schram have stood up for people whose rights have been violated by law enforcement officers, prison guards and other government agents. We are available to represent people in Detroit and throughout Southeast Michigan.
We can stand strong in any civil rights violation case, including those related to:
- Police brutality and use of excessive force
- Section 1983 violations
- Failure to provide medical care while imprisoned
- Mistreatment of prisoners in state and federal prisons
- Discrimination by law enforcement officers/racial profiling
- Wrongful and false imprisonment
We are a bold, forward-thinking and uncommonly creative team of attorneys. When we take a civil rights case, whether it is related to prisoner rights, policy brutality or any other matter, we will work hard to design a legal strategy to get the most efficient and effective resolution. We are not interested in limiting ourselves to traditional methods. Our attorneys are constantly on the lookout for new ways to protect the rights of our clients.Click here to meet the attorneys that practice in this area. Click here to meet Patricia Stamler
E-mail us or call us at (248) 494-4486 to schedule a free consultation about 1983 actions, police brutality, mistreatment while in the custody of law enforcement or any other civil rights violation.