Death in Jail.
We depend on government institutions and employees to protect us and keep our neighborhoods safe. We trust jail authorities to provide constitutionally protected healthcare for inmates. And we expect our children will be safe from harm while in school. However, these government institutions are not perfect, and it is important to hold wrongdoers in government accountable to maintain our liberty and safety.
If you or a loved one has been harmed or died in a wrongful death encounter with law enforcement officers, corrections officers, or other government employees who are acting in their professional capacities; if you are injured or a loved one died in a government-run place such as a school or college due to inadequate safety measures and procedures; or if you are a government employee or citizen who has been discriminated against due to race, disability or gender; you may have a Constitutional Claim against the government.
Some common and compensable infringements on your constitutional rights include:
- Use of deadly or excessive force, or brutality by police officers
- Failure of jail or prisons to provide necessary medical care and treatment to inmates and detainees
- School bullying /harassment/ shootings
- Discrimination or harassment due to gender, race, disability, religion, age, or sexual orientation – including sexual harassment – in the workplace
If you or a loved one suffered any of the above, you may have grounds for a Civil Rights or Constitutional claim against the government entity who caused you harm.
Campiche Andrews Horne PLLC is a Seattle law firm experienced in prosecuting Civil Rights and Constitutional claims, as well as non-government workplace discrimination and harassment claims. Call us NOW for a no-obligation consultation to better understand your rights.
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