Experienced Legal Counsel When Your Civil Rights Are Violated

As citizens and legal residents of the United States, we all have certain civil rights guaranteed by the Constitution. These protections were established in order to safeguard individuals from police and government misconduct. Unfortunately, civil rights violations happen every day in our country. This leaves victims and their families to deal with a range of repercussions that can negatively impact their futures. If this has happened to you, it can be easy to let the sense of injustice defeat you. However, it is important to understand that there may be legal remedies available and qualified attorneys who can help you obtain them.

Leaders In Civil Rights Law

Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C., has one of the most respected civil rights practices in Wisconsin. We have handled a wide variety of these cases in the past, with great success securing compensation for our victimized clients.

Our experience includes:

  • Police shootings
  • Police beatings
  • Inmates who have been denied medical treatment
  • First Amendment litigation/slander
  • A range of additional civil rights violations

Our lawyers don't just practice in civil rights law; we actively participate in the legal discourse surrounding it. We have had multiple attorneys serve on the Civil Rights and Liberties Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin. Our lawyers have also served for multiple terms on the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin Foundation board of directors. Additionally, our lawyers have written articles and lectured on civil rights topics in Wisconsin, the surrounding states and nationwide.

Learn How To Get Justice

If your constitutional rights have been violated, it is important that you stand up for yourself. By bringing a legal claim, not only can you find justice, but you can also help ensure that these violations do not happen again to others. Contact our Green Bay and Appleton constitutional litigation and civil rights lawyers to learn more.

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