Far too often, individuals are victims of excessive force at the hands of law enforcement officers. This can cause serious injury. While police are entitled, at times, to use some force when effectuating an arrest, they can only use force which is reasonably necessary. When this happens, you need strong legal counsel to protect your rights. While Police Officers shooting unarmed individuals is far too prevalent, we have also seen how the police can kill someone without even using a weapon. Excessive force can also be caused by tasers, batons, excessively tight handcuffs or unlawful chokeholds. At V. James DeSimone Law, our Los Angeles excessive force & police brutality lawyers have 30 plus years of experience representing victims of excessive force and other forms of police misconduct. If you have sustained injury and we accept your case for representation, our team will stand by your side to seek the justice and settlement you deserve.
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If you have been the victim of excessive force, it may be possible to take legal action in order to recover a settlement for the damages. Our firm is commitment to justice and we work hard to gather the necessary evidence, speak with witnesses, and build a strong case on your behalf. You deserve to have strong representation on your side as law enforcement officials have plenty of resources at their disposal. We work hard to even the playing field.
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We make it our top priority to represent you and give you a strong chance of a favorable outcome. You can trust that we stand by your side and from the very beginning of your case, you will have direct access to your attorney. This gives you the chance to receive answers to your questions from the person handling your case. This is the type of client-focused service you can expect from us whether you are in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino County, or anywhere else in Southern California.
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