The Zeiger Firm handles police brutality matters in Philadelphia in both federal and state court. Our attorneys are experienced in civil rights litigation and are familiar with police brutality statistics and police brutality laws. Our lawyers have successfully litigated civil rights cases throughout Pennsylvania.
The Zeiger Firm deals with all civil rights matters including: Taser, Wrongful Death, Excessive Force, Police Brutality, Police Misconduct, Malicious Prosecution, Monell Claims, Sexual Assault, Prisoner’s Right’s, Time Credit, Medical Malpractice, and Medical Indifference. Our lawyers fight the case seeking justice—we never give up.
Attorney Brian J. Zeiger, Esquire leads the fight for justice. He has tremendous experience in civil rights actions and has tried many juries to verdict. Mr. Zeiger has a track record of settlements in police brutality and civil rights case. Call now for a free case evaluation. Our goal is to fight for you and to get you the recover you deserve from the heinous acts of the government. Contact us now for a free consultation with Brian J. Zeiger, Esquire. When you call, you will speak with a real lawyer who will personally arrange your free consultation. Call us now at 215.546.0340 or fill out the form. Our Philadelphia Police Brutality Lawyers are standing by.
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Brian J. Zeiger, Esquire is an experienced and successful civil rights attorney. He is a seasoned trial lawyer with great experience before juries and judges. Brian understands civil right case including: Taser, Wrongful Death, Excessive Force, Police Brutality, Police Misconduct, Malicious Prosecution, Monell Claims, Sexual Assault, Prisoner’s Right’s, Time Credit, Medical Malpractice, and Medical Indifference.
Mr. Zeiger is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, and a graduate of Temple Law School. He is sworn in to every state and federal court in Pennsylvania. He has tried many jury trials in state and federal court and argued before the Pennsylvania Superior Court, Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ms. Zeiger is also a published author in civil rights. In 2013 he was published in the University of Texas Law School’s, Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights . The article is entitled “A Change to Relation Back.” The article discusses knowing the names and identities of the police officer defendants when no arrest was made and how your lawyer obtains that name from the lawyers for the government. This is an important topic in understanding how to properly frame a law suit against the police. Often a client comes in right before the statute of limitations tolls without the names of the officer to sue. Understanding the principals of relating back the claim to avoid a statute problem is essential to filing that type of short time limit lawsuit.