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Lake Havasu City Civil Rights Lawyer

All U.S. citizens are granted certain civil rights to guarantee protection against discrimination based on sex, marital status, race, religion, age and more.

At Phillips Law Group, we have been advocating and providing a voice for victims for nearly 30 years. Our proven history includes the recovery of hundreds of millions in compensation for our clients, including a recovery of $350,000 for the family of a victim who was killed after being shot by Arizona policemen.

If your civil rights have been violated, talk to one of our Lake Havasu City civil rights lawyers to find out whether you may be eligible to file a claim for damages. We offer a free and confidential consultation. This consultation is a no-risk opportunity for you to get answers about your legal options. There is no obligation to hire us and if we represent you, we charge no money upfront for our services unless we are successful in obtaining compensation for you.

Give us a call at 1-800-706-3000 to learn more about your rights.

What Can a Civil Rights Lawyer Do to Help?

If you have suffered some form of discrimination, police brutality, or another civil rights violation, we want to help. Hiring a knowledgeable civil rights lawyer who is well-versed in relevant Arizona laws can be beneficial to your potential claim. From investigating your circumstances and gathering evidence to help build a strong argument on your behalf, we have the necessary resources and skills to get the job done.

We begin with a completely free initial consultation to determine if your case has merit. Since we accept civil rights claims on contingency, there is no financial risk to get started.

Take advantage of our free legal consultation. Ph: 1-800-706-3000.

Examples of Civil Rights Violations

The news and social media provide recent and horrific, real-life examples of excessive, and sometimes deadly force exhibited by law enforcement, but there are other serious housing, employment and government civil rights violations that happen every day, including, but not limited to:

  • Racial profiling by police, stores, and employers
  • Unlawful arrest
  • Police brutality (including beatings and shootings)
  • Housing discrimination
  • Employment termination due to age
  • Employment hiring discrimination
  • Verbal and/or written threats
  • Physical assault

If you believe you have been victimized and your civil rights violated, contact our team at Phillips Law Group today.

Civil Rights Cases We Handle

The U.S. Constitution was created to protect all citizens who suffer any violation of civil rights. We take these rights seriously and are prepared to handle various civil rights cases, including:

  • Misconduct by law enforcement – If you are arrested under false pretenses, handled with excessive force or mistreated with some other form of malicious prosecution by an officer of the law, you may be able to file a damages claim.
  • Domestic abuse – Restraining orders and other types of protection are a crucial step in handling cases involving domestic violence.
  • Employment discrimination – Applicants or employed individuals who experience discrimination because of gender, age, race, sexual orientation or religion may have a valid claim.
  • Housing discrimination – Housing discrimination occurs in many ways, such as with a property owner who wants to eliminate certain types of tenants based on marital status, race or other characteristic.
  • Government discrimination – An individual may experience similar types of employer discrimination working for or applying to a local, state or federal government entity.
  • Contract disputes – Business contracts or other written or verbal agreements occur when one or more involved parties no longer agree with the originally-agreed-upon contract terms.
  • Property disputes – These disputes arise over real property or real estate, such as those involving either municipal or government property line issues.

Civil rights cases are often complicated, which is why we encourage that you to consult with a qualified  Lake Havasu City civil rights attorney from our firm.

What Can I Do If My Civil Rights Are Violated?

Once a situation is determined to be a valid claim for a civil rights violation, there are several avenues of resolution available, including:

  • Informal negotiations – An opportunity that is decided by and provided to all parties who elect to avoid a lawsuit by first attempting to discuss and work out issues.
  • Mediation – When informal negotiations are unsuccessful, both parties may opt to work with a professional mediator. While a mediator is able to be an objective third party and make suggestions accordingly, he or she does not have any legal authority in the final decisions that are made by any of the parties involved.
  • Arbitration – An arbitrator also provides neutral mediation, however, unlike a professional mediator, this individual does have the ability to provide a resolution that can be legally enforced in a court of law.
  • Filing a lawsuit – This step involves filing a lawsuit in a court of law as a legal attempt to pursue resolution following a civil rights violation.

Discuss your legal options with a member of our team today. Ph: 1-800-706-3000.

Contact a Lake Havasu City Civil Rights Attorney To Get Started

If you or someone you care about has had their civil rights abused, we recommend that you to contact our qualified Lake Havasu civil rights attorneys at Phillips Law Group to see how we may be able to help.

We have been providing a legal voice to those in need for almost three decades. Our founder Jeffrey Phillips has served as lead counsel on more than 40 jury trials throughout Arizona. If you have a case, we are prepared to protect your legal rights and seek maximum compensation on your behalf. Contact us to schedule a free consultation. Our phone lines are available to take your call anytime, day or night.

No upfront fees for our services. Ph: 1-800-706-3000

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