Police Officers Using Excessive Force
We Defend Victims of Police Brutality and Civil Rights Violations
About Police Abuse and the Use of Excessive Force
It is important to understand the limits of police officers who use force and physical violence to ensure that you have not become a victim of police abuse. Law enforcement agents do have the right to use force in certain situations in order to protect citizens and keep the overall peace. If a police officer abuses his or her power by using excessive force, the results can be devastating and may even result in severe injury or death. Even if the officer was acting with good intentions in an attempt to arrest a suspect, he or she can only use reasonably necessary force.
When the police go too far
Some instances of excessive force cases include victims who have been choked, beaten, tazed, punched, pepper sprayed, handcuffed, or kicked, often resulting in towering medical bills as well as unwarranted pain and suffering.
If you or someone you love has been a victim of police brutality, call the police misconduct law offices of Romanucci & Blandin and speak to a knowledgeable, understanding, and successful civil rights lawyer who provides legal services nationwide. Our trial attorneys have a long record of holding the police enforcement accountable for their unlawful brutal crimes. By examining the details of the case, we determine whether a neutral and reasonable officer would have acted in the same way, if the suspect even resisted arrest, and if procedures were followed. We are committed to seeking reparations for victims of excessive police force throughout the country.
No Fee Unless We Get Results
At Romanucci & Blandin, we handle all cases on a contingency basis. We get paid only if you receive compensation in your case or if we prevent the insurance company from stopping or altering your benefits.
Contact the Chicago Police Misconduct Attorneys at Romanucci & Blandin for a free consultation if you or a family member has sustained an injury resulting from a police misconduct case.
To schedule a free initial consultation, call (888) 458-1145 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.