Philadelphia Civil Rights Attorneys
Weisberg Law Defends Your Civil Rights & Constitutional Protections
Many rights are afforded to Americans by the Bill of Rights, Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other legislation at the state and federal levels. The goal of such legislation was to address social injustice by adding protections that enshrined fundamental rights for Americans.
If you believe your constitutional or civil rights were violated by a government agency, business, or another entity, Weisberg Law can help you hold the responsible party accountable.
Why Choose Our Philadelphia Civil Rights Lawyers?
Weisberg Law was founded on the principle that everyone deserves to have their voice heard. We often represent the “little guy” in litigation cases against big corporations and government entities. Regardless of your status, you deserve to have your constitutional rights protected.
"With their constant never-ending support, they got justice for me." - Robin R.
Our firm is committed to provided trusted client service and open communication. If you contact us online or by phone, we make an effort to repsond within 24 hours. Our strong commitment to our client's is one of the reasons we are so highly rated.
What Are Common Types of Civil Rights Violations?
A violation of someone’s civil or constitutional protections is serious in any case, but especially so when it involves matters such as false arrests and imprisonment, police brutality, and governmental abuse of power. If you need a legal advocate to assert rights in court, reach out to a civil rights attorney in Philadelphia from Weisberg Law.
- False Arrest and False Imprisonment – Were you arrested under false pretenses, overly charged for a crime, or wrongfully prosecuted?
- Excessive Force – Did police use unreasonable force to arrest you? Such misconduct can result in compensation for suffering physical injury from police brutality.
- Government Abuse of Power – Did a government agent deny you due process or violate your First Amendment Rights?
- Prisoner Rights Violations - If you are currently incarcerated and have suffered from cruel treatment, inhumane conditions, abuse, lack of medical care, or some form of discrimination, you may have a claim.
Work Toward a Brighter Future
If your civil or constitutional rights were violated, it may feel like a wound that will never completely heal. Holding someone accountable for the violation, however, can help – as can fair and just compensation to help you cover costs for medical bills, loss of income, and other damages.
Weisberg Law can help you work toward a better future by learning about your situation during a free consultation. We often work on a contingency fee basis, which means you owe us nothing unless we win your case.
With their constant never-ending support, they got justice for me.
“They helped me get my life back. I will always remember how empowered I felt after I testified and when the case was over (in my favor!).”
They get the job DONE!!
“These guys were totally professional. When no one would take my legal malpractice case, they did and won!”
Helped make a change for the better in our community.
“Weisberg Law was the only firm that took an interest in our racial discrimination case against a local school district.”
Takes an interest and makes changes!
“Had it not been for their taking the case, we would not have been able to enforce changes in our school and community to better protect our children.”
Goes above and beyond what is expected.
“In a 10-minute conversation with Matthew, after being referred to him by a friend, he had given me peace of mind.”
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Over 20 Years of ExperienceSince 2005 our firm has advocated for the rights of clients in Philadelphia and surrounding cities. In addition, our attorneys have been in the legal field for over 20 years bringing immeasurable knowledge with them to the firm.
Thousands of Clients HelpedWe have helped thousands of clients with both small and big cases since the inception of the firm. Our attorney Matthew Weisberg has had the opportunity to fight for the rights of clients before the Supreme Court.
Free ConsultationsWe understand the stressful nature of the situation you can be in. Call us for a free consultation and we will strive for a response within 24 hours.
Affordable PricingWe are committed to providing transparent flat fees that are affordable. Everyone deserves the ability to fight for their rights without the worry of affordability.