Philadelphia Civil Rights Attorneys
Serving Pennsylvania & New Jersey
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 agent, business, or another entity, Weisberg Law can help you hold the responsible party accountable.
Our firm’s focus is on helping those who have been taken advantage of. 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.
Safeguarding Civil Rights in Philadelphia
Your federal and state protections can be violated by a public or private entity. Whether it’s a law enforcement officer, employer, or someone else, don’t let them get away with it.
We can help if you’ve been victimized by:
- 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?
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.
To reach out to a civil rights attorney in Philadelphia, contact Weisberg Law online.