Police Misconduct

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Police Brutality

Firearms, batons, Tasers, punches or kicks

A notice of claim must be filed within 90 days of the incident.

In recent years it has been difficult to follow the news without learning of alarming incidents of police misconduct. Whether firearms, batons, Tasers, punches or kicks are used, police use of excessive force can wrongfully wound and cripple the victims, or even extinguish a precious life, leaving loved ones to suffer.


Police misconduct also includes police officers engaging in objectionable actions that cause a miscarriage of justice such as false arrest, wrongful detention, police corruption/theft, intimidation, racial profiling, sexual abuse and falsified evidence. If you feel that you are the victim of any kind of police misconduct, you should contact an attorney immediately.


Certain & Zilberg is experienced in handling some of the most high-profile police misconduct and police brutality cases in the country from severe police assaults to shootings and Taser death cases.


If you or a loved one suffered as a result of police brutality or other misconduct, contact Certain & Zilberg to protect your right to compensation. We will fight hard to ensure you get the recovery you deserve.


In order to maintain an action against a police department or local government, a notice of claim must be filed within 90 days of the incident. Don’t delay: the initial consultation is free. And remember, you don’t pay us unless you win.

Contact Certain & Zilberg, PLLC today to arrange a free no-obligation consultation.