Excessive Force And Police Brutality Must Never Go Unchecked ― We Can Help
Even though most police officers in New York’s Capital Region perform their duties with integrity and professionalism, it does not mean mistakes never occur. In fact, there are numerous past examples of overzealous police officers using excessive force and other unlawful tactics when dealing with the public.
In some instances, the mere questioning of an officer’s request produces an aggressive and immediate reaction from the police. Quite simply, these dubious and often illegal practices cannot go unchecked.
With more than three decades of legal experience, attorney Kevin Luibrand is committed to holding police officers and their employers responsible when they violate the public’s civil rights, including instances of police brutality. If you have suffered any injury at the hands of the police, you deserve justice, and we can help you get it.
Attorney Kevin Luibrand is both a skilled negotiator and nationally recognized litigator, having been selected by The National Trial Lawyers as one of the Top 100 trial attorneys in the United States from 2014 – 2018.
Luibrand Law Firm, PLLC, Will Fight For You
While you may be hesitant to accuse a police officer of wrongdoing, it is important to remember that these injustices can only be fixed if they are brought to light.
No matter the circumstances, you can trust Kevin Luibrand to handle your case, especially if it involves:
- Excessive force by police officers through physical violence or the misuse of Tasers
- False arrests by law enforcement, malicious prosecutions or wrongful convictions
- Inappropriate use of deadly force, which may trigger a wrongful death suit
- Other civil rights violations, including racial profiling or other types of discrimination
There Is Little Time To Waste, So Contact Us Today
In New York, you may need to file a notice within 90 days if your claim is against the government ― meaning you must act fast.
Schedule a FREE initial consultation with an experienced lawyer today by calling us at 518-213-3770. You can also email us online. From our office in Latham, we help victims of police brutality throughout the Albany area and Upstate New York.