New York Civil Rights Lawyer
The violation of an individual's civil rights is a very serious offense. At the law firm of Tolmage, Peskin, Harris, Falick our New York civil rights attorneys understand the gravity of this situation and are determined to see that your rights are preserved. We have been representing clients whose rights have been violated for over 45 years and we use this experience to effectively and efficiently pursue your case.
NY City Police Brutality Attorney
Our dedicated NY City police brutality lawyers and staff represent clients who have been the victims of civil rights violations, such as:
- Police misconduct
- Police brutality
- False arrest
- Malicious prosecution
- Sexual harassment
Whether in matters of employment, public accommodations, education, housing, or voting, we represent clients who have been discriminated against. We also handle cases of discrimination based on:
- And other protected classifications
Do not take these types of civil rights violations lightly. Our NY City civil rights lawsuit lawyers can assist you in pursuing a case whether this was an isolated incident or a series of incidents occurring over an extended period of time. Trust your case to our experienced and attentive attorneys and staff. Let us work on your behalf in order to gain compensation, monetary or otherwise, for your loss and inconvenience.
Contact the New York civil rights attorneys at Tolmage, Peskin, Harris, Falick to discuss your individual needs. Every initial consultation is free so you can have your case assessed by principal attorney Stephan Peskin with no cost or obligation to you. We are attentive and sensitive to your unique situation and are dedicated to making your voice heard. Contact us today to enlist the help of our exceptional attorneys and staff.
Our additional resources on NY civil rights violations:Harlem, Lower East Side Children More Likely To Die In Crosswalks
The NYC police brutality law firm of Tolmage, Peskin, Harris, Falick represents clients in all five boroughs of New York: Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx, as well as Suffolk County, Nassau County, and the remainder of the State of New York.
The discussion on this page is generic and not specific to NY law and, in fact NY law may be materially different.