Have Your Civil Rights Been Violated?
Our Skilled Noblesville Civil Rights Attorneys Can Help
If you are a citizen of the United States, then you are guaranteed certain
rights under our Constitution. Despite these protections, countless citizen
rights are violated by every year by police officers, correction officers,
federal officials, and other parties who act irresponsibly and harm others.
If you are one of these citizens whose civil rights have been trampled,
then restitution can be possible.
Baldwin Kyle & Kamish, P.C., our aggressive, dedicated, and knowledgeable Noblesville civil rights
attorneys are ready to hear your story. We understand that these cases
just don't involve physical and psychological harm inflicted on victims,
but also a tremendous breach of trust perpetrated by those supposedly
responsible for protecting us from others. We are ready to assess the
circumstances of your violation and make a clear, exacting, and emphatic
case for justice on your behalf.
Relief can be possible for the harm done to you.
Speak with our team today to start exploring your legal options.
Common Types of Civil Rights Cases
Civil rights violations can happen in a variety of different ways. They
can occur anytime the rights of an individual are marginalized due the
reckless actions of others or even larger, systemic institutional dysfunction.
The most common types of civil rights violation cases include:
- Police brutality
- Inmate brutality or death
- Failure to provide an inmate medical attention
- Constitutional violations (due process, invasion of privacy, etc.)
- Injury via a criminal act (hit and run, violent crimes, DUI accidents, etc.)
If you have been harmed or subject to undue treatment due to any of these
circumstances, then the time to take legal action is now. Put your case
in the hands of our compassionate and diligent professionals and allow
us to tirelessly pursue the recognition and compensation you deserve.
Discover the difference we can make following this injustice. Contact us
today to request a
free case evaluation.