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Civil Rights Cases Handled with Care

Civil rights lawsuits are notoriously complicated and difficult to win. Dozens of United States Supreme Court cases have severely limited the rights that innocent people have when the police or district attorneys mistreat them. Each year, hundreds of civil rights lawsuits are dismissed by courts before they ever see a jury. It’s crucial that each civil rights case be handed carefully, with a thorough investigation and a precise approach to the law. One misstep in bringing the case forward can cause it to be dismissed.

At The Beasley Firm, our skilled Philadelphia civil rights lawyers have a thorough understanding of civil rights and, more importantly, how to handle the cases that come their way. Since 1958, our firm has obtained over $2 billion on behalf of our clients. We are experienced, thorough, and prepared for any battle. Your constitutional rights should be protected, your injuries fully compensated, and those who wronged you punished.   Call (215) 866-2424 to speak with one of our trial lawyers to remedy what someone has wrongfully done and taken from you.   

What Are Examples of Civil Rights Violations? 

The Beasley Firm is dedicated to aggressively representing client rights and to making positive changes in the legal system. Our Philadelphia civil rights attorneys are known for their thorough approach to each case and for staying a step ahead of the opposition.

We capably handle civil rights cases involving the following, and more:

  • Hate Crimes
  • Police Brutality
  • Police Misconduct
  • Unlawful Arrests
  • Wrongful Convictions
  • Racial Profiling
  • Discrimination

Whatever you face, no matter how complex, our firm can effectively address the issue and get you the compensation you deserve. Our years of experience have contributed to our exceptional reputation for thorough case preparation and investigation-two very necessary components in civil rights litigation.

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If you believe that your civil rights were violated, it is important to consult with an attorney as soon as possible. You may only have a limited amount of time to file a claim for damages. Civil rights violations can be complicated matters dealing with government agencies and state and federal law. The amount of time you have to file a complaint or lawsuit may differ depending on who violated your rights and the type of claim that you are filing.

Without the help of an attorney, you may not meet the legal requirements necessary to file a claim based on the violation of your civil rights.

Statute of Limitations Requirements for Civil Rights Violations

In some instances, there may be multiple agencies involved in your case. An attorney can assist in filing a complaint with the appropriate agencies within the statute of limitations. A claim or complaint may need to be filed with the right state or federal agency before you can file a civil lawsuit.

In many cases, you only have 180 days to file a complaint with the appropriate agency if your civil rights were violated. Failure to file a complaint within the 180 days may result in your claim being denied. A Philadelphia civil rights attorney can help you understand your rights and how long you have to file a claim. An attorney can also help you determine your legal options depending on the circumstances of your case.

Civil Rights Case Victories

Our victories in civil rights cases have changed protocol, exposed corruption, and achieved justice for our clients. We thrive in the complexities of civil rights law and fight aggressively for change. Take a look at some of our previous civil rights victories:

  • A civil rights victory fueled by our construction law expertise forced the Philadelphia Housing Authority to install smoke detectors in all public housing.
  • Our civil rights victory allowed a public official’s voice to finally be heard after he was maligned by the Mayor.
  • A civil rights victory fueled by our complex litigation expertise was achieved on behalf of clients grievously injured at the Great Adventure amusement park.

When clients choose us, they know that they will receive aggressive and skilled representation that is guided by years of experience and hours of preparation.

The Philadelphia civil rights attorneys at The Beasley Firm have represented dozens of innocent people who were the victims of police brutality, wrongful taser use, excessive force, and wrongful arrests and imprisonment. We know how to help people who were denied their rights.

Our firm is dedicated to the client. This means that we work on a contingency fee basis, offer free case evaluations, and even meet with clients on Saturdays and Sundays when most other law firms are closed. We thrive on knowing that our work changes lives for the better.

Begin a free case evaluation with a civil rights firm you can trust! Call (215) 866-2424.

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Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
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