New York Civil Rights Lawyers

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New York Police Misconduct Lawyers

When you choose as a career to fight for victims of police brutality and other police misconduct, you need to be passionate about what you do and persistent in the face of powerful municipal machines.

At the New York offices of Sivin & Miller, LLP, we are extremely passionate about our work. We are attorneys Edward Sivin and Glenn D. Miller, and we have advocated for victims of police brutality and civil rights violations for a combined total of nearly 60 years. Our practice also includes personal injury and products liability cases.

Not surprisingly, we have faced significant opponents over the years. Our successful track record is an indication that we build strong cases for our clients by conducting our own thorough investigations and preparing meticulously before we go to trial.

Police brutality and other civil rights abuse cases are complicated and full of nuances that require thorough knowledge of both federal and state rules. They are not the kind of legal battles that lawyers can tackle on a part-time basis. These cases make up the bulk of our work. In fact, we are proud that many other firms refer these cases to us when they receive them.

Don’t delay in reaching us. If you have been the victim of police brutality, false arrest or any other civil rights violation, it is important to reach us as soon as possible after the incident. We conduct our own investigation and want to speak with people who were at the scene of the incident as quickly as possible. Call 800-836-3152 to schedule a free consultation.

New York Civil Rights Violations Attorneys

If you have questions for New York police misconduct attorneys, call us toll free at 800-836-3152, or email us to schedule a free consultation. When necessary, we will meet with you in the evening, on a weekend, in a hospital or in a jail or prison, if you are still being held by authorities.

Most cases are accepted on a contingency basis. We only collect a fee if we successfully recover a settlement for you.