Holding The Police Accountable For Their Actions

The police take an oath to protect their community. When officers fail to uphold that oath, the consequences can cause the victims of the community to suffer greatly. When the police act out of line and cause you to suffer from their brutality, you need someone to help you seek justice for their actions.

Here at Law Offices of Christopher Trainor & Associates in White Lake, we fight to address excessive force, police brutality and police misconduct throughout Michigan. Our legal team is well-recognized for our drive to help members of the community who have been harmed by police or jailor misconduct. We fight to pursue justice and compensation for those who have suffered constitutional and physical harm due to the reckless or negligent actions of others. When the police hurt you or your loved one, we know what it takes to make them assume responsibility for what they have done.

Forms Of Misconduct Or Brutality

There are many ways that the police can infringe on a individual’s rights. Police brutality or misconduct can happen in many different ways. We help clients with issues, including:

When the police violate your rights, we take the time to review all the unique details of your situation to develop a plan to protect your best interests. We want to secure the best possible outcome in your claim against the police while also receiving compensation that accurately reflects the cost of your injuries or suffering.

Protection You Deserve

With the increase in people with video recording equipment, more and more people can gather footage of police acting outside of the law. We are ready to help you after your brutality incident, and we want to help you through this hard time.

We offer free initial consultations to make the first step toward justice even easier. Schedule your free consultation by calling us at 248-886-8650 or emailing us. We take on government actors, prosecutors and police in Detroit, Flint, Pontiac, Bay City, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and throughout Michigan.