Northeast Ohio Excessive Force Lawyer
Our Police Misconduct Attorneys in Cleveland Ohio will fight to get you the results you deserve.
The people that are sworn to protect and serve should be held up to the highest of standards. Unfortunately, law enforcement officials, including police officers, sheriffs, and prison officials, do not always live up to these standards. If you have been the victim of law enforcement misconduct or excessive force, trust the experienced police brutality lawyers at Triscaro & Associates. Fortunately, the law provides a remedy for victims of law enforcement brutality.
Our Cleveland Police Misconduct Attorneys handle the following types of cases:
- Police Brutality
- Excessive Force
- Deliberately Indifferent Treatment in Jail/Prison
- Inadequate Medical Care in Jail/Prison
- Police Shootings
- Wrongful Death Shootings or Negligence
- Prison Guard Abuse
- False Arrest
- Other types of police misconduct
Unfortunately, many complaints concerning police misconduct are simply ignored, and classified under "the person probably deserved it." However, in many circumstances, the victim of police brutality never even committed a crime. If you have been a victim of excessive force, it is important that you contact a lawyer immediately. Our experienced Cleveland Police Brutality Lawyers will advise you of whether you have a claim. Contact us today.
Our Attorneys also handle the following types of prison negligence or abuse claims:
- Negligent conditions (i.e.slip and falls)
- Bus accidents during transport
- Preventable inmate on inmate violence or assaults
- Assaults by prison guards
- Denial of proper medical care
- Denial of prescribed medication
Prisons are obligated to have built in protections against negligence or foreseeable injuries. If you have been injured due to any of the foregoing reasons contact one of our Ohio Prison Negligence Lawyers today.
Our experienced Police Misconduct Attorneys can be reached by dialing (440) 248-8811, or by filling out the Free Case Evaluation Form to the right.