Do You Have Questions About Filing a Civil Rights Lawsuit?
Grant & Eisenhofer Civil Rights Attorneys Are Here to HelpHaving your rights taken away is one of the most demeaning situations a person may experience. Despite living in a country founded upon the principles of liberty and justice, each year, people suffer harm due to discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful imprisonment and unacceptable conditions in prisons and jails. Fortunately, the Constitution and other federal and state laws offer protection from civil rights abuses. Regardless of your race, gender, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or age, you can apply these critical civil rights laws when your rights have been violated. Grant & Eisenhofer’s civil rights attorneys are here to help you. Grant & Eisenhofer litigates multiple types of civil rights cases, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, wrongful convictions, prisoner rights, and discrimination lawsuits.
Wrongful Conviction and ImprisonmentWhen a person is convicted of a crime they did not commit, he or she may be incarcerated as a result. Even after leaving prison, the effects of a wrongful conviction can destroy a person’s life. Grant & Eisenhofer civil rights attorneys can help you determine if you have legal options to recover compensation for a wrongful conviction.
Rights of Inmates in Prisons and JailsPrisoners have rights and privileges protected by the Constitution and other laws. Despite these protections, prisoners suffer harm due to excessive force, denial of medical care, unacceptable conditions and discrimination. Grant & Eisenhofer civil rights attorneys take cases for:
- Denial of medical care
- Excessive force
- Cruel and unusual punishment
- Sexual assault
- Wrongful conviction and imprisonment
Sexual Harassment or AssaultSexual harassment and sexual assault occurs in many places, including in the workplace, at school, in prison or while in police custody. For survivors of sexual assault and harassment, the mental anguish caused by what they experienced can last a lifetime. Some survivors may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) while others may lose their careers. Grant & Eisenhofer civil rights attorneys may be able to help you file a lawsuit for sexual harassment or sexual assault.
School BullyingMost school-aged children are exposed to some form of bullying over the course of their childhood education. However, stories of classmate bullying ending in violence, attempted suicide or suicide have become all too common in recent years. Grant & Eisenhofer can help you determine if you are able to file a bullying lawsuit against the school board, school district, or parents of bullies responsible for inflicting harm on your child.
Rights and DiscriminationRegardless of where it occurs, discrimination can cause serious emotional and economic damage. For instance, discrimination in the workplace may lead to wrongful termination, demotion or workplace harassment. Discrimination in schools may lead to acts of violence, including sexual assault. In jails and prisons, discrimination may result in wrongful death, sexual assault and serious injuries. Grant & Eisenhofer civil rights lawyers can help you determine if you may be able to recover compensation by filing a civil rights lawsuit.
Have You Suffered Civil Rights Abuses? Contact Grant & Eisenhofer Today
Speak with a Grant & Eisenhofer civil rights attorney if any of the situations mentioned above have caused you or a loved one to suffer harm. Compensation from a civil rights lawsuit may help pay for expenses that resulted from the harm you or a loved one suffered, including medical bills, funeral expenses, loss of income, loss of earning capacity, and costs related to pain and suffering. Civil rights violations affect society as a whole, and lawsuits can help bring attention to important causes. Civil rights lawsuits have a transformative effect on society and help to change the structures that allowed those violations to occur.
Grant & Eisenhofer’s civil rights, sexual assault/harassment and discrimination practice group can help you determine if you have legal options to file a lawsuit. Call (855) 244-2031 or use our online form to schedule a free consultation.