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Police Brutality & Excessive Force

Policing The Police’s Use Of Excessive Force

 

New York’s law enforcement officers have a mission to protect and serve the public. Unfortunately, many civilians have experienced excessive force and other civil rights violations at the hands of New York’s police. If you are a victim of police brutality, reach out to our legal team at Konta Georges & Buza P.C..

We have helped others in similar situations recover compensation for medical expenses and other related expenses as a result of unnecessary police brutality. Let us help you.

What Makes A Successful Excessive Force Case?

 

The law allows cops to use only the amount of force appropriate to make an arrest or defend themselves. It forbids them from using more force than necessary. However, there is no precise definition of necessary force and excessive force. The court must consider every incident on a case-by-case basis. To win your case, you must demonstrate conclusively that the officers involved used more force than appropriate in their interaction with you.

The NYPD Is Strong, But So Are We

 

How can you take on an organization as powerful as the NYPD? By having skilled renowned representation from Konta Georges & Buza P.C. on your side. Our partner attorneys have earned “10.0 Superb” ratings by Avvo and been named to Super Lawyers and the “Top 100 Trial Lawyers” by The National Trial Lawyers. Several of our criminal law attorneys were former prosecutors and carry invaluable insight into how the state approaches these types of cases.

As battle-proven litigators, we are not afraid to go to court if that is what it takes to advocate for your rights.

Reach Out Today To Learn More About Your Options. Free Consultations.

 

You are not powerless against the NYPD. We are here to advocate for you and your rights under the law. Schedule a free, confidential initial consultation with us today to talk further about the circumstances. Call our Manhattan office at 917-336-0284 or send us an email.