Police Brutality

Michigan Lawyer Handling Police Brutality Cases

Since they are trusted with the enforcement of the law and public safety, police officers are obligated to abide by a set of guidelines when dealing with suspects and other individuals. Excessive force must not be used when arresting or restraining an individual. Their civil rights must be upheld regardless of the situation. Unfortunately, many law enforcement officials violate these guidelines and commit police misconduct or police brutality to the obvious detriment of the accused individuals.

At the Law Office of John Larkin, P.C., our firm is committed to standing up for the rights of individuals who have been injured due to police brutality. We are an experienced personal injury firm that understands how the injuries you have suffered may impact your life and future. Attorney John Larkin is an aggressive advocate, taking the steps that are necessary to ensuring that police take responsibility for their illegal actions.

Police brutality and misconduct allegations can stem from a range of situations, including:

  • Excessive force
  • False arrest
  • Illegal search and seizure
  • Racial profiling
  • Sexual abuse/harassment

Unfortunately, many individuals that have been in these situations are uninformed of their rights. Our office can examine your situation and determine how to go about filing a claim against law enforcement. Many of these claims or other complaints are brushed aside and not taken seriously. However, we are committed to following through with your claim to see that your voice is heard and justice is served.

If you have been the victim of excessive force, sexual abuse or racial profiling by the police, contact an attorney at the Law Office of John Larkin, P.C. in Livonia, Michigan. We are dedicated to helping you face the injuries you have suffered at the hands of law enforcement. Call 1-866-452-7546 or 734-422-2111 today for a free initial phone consultation. For your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointments by request.