Brooklyn Municipal Liability Lawyer
Injured On Public Property Or Excessive Police Force?
Municipal liability involves the responsibility of a city, county, or state to upkeep public property so that residents and visitors are protected. Both municipal officials and workers are relied upon to keep roads, sidewalks, public transportation, parks, government buildings, swimming pools, and schools safe from hazards. When a person is injured because of a municipality’s failure to maintain public property, then the government may be liable for the harm caused. Contact our experienced Brooklyn municipal liability lawyer today, we can help.
Litigation Against Cities, Counties, States, Public Officials, Police Officers
If you or a loved one sustained injury on public property due to municipal negligence, you may be entitled to recover proper compensation for your damages. At the Law Offices of David J. Hernandez & Associates, our dedicated Brooklyn municipal liability lawyer has decades of collective legal experience. With our extensive legal knowledge and success, we are the edge you need to file an effective claim.
David J. Hernandez Specializes In Lawsuits Pertaining To Excessive Police Force Or Police Brutality
There are many different types of accidents that could fall under municipal liability, including the use of excessive police force. We can review the various factors of your case to uncover who is accountable for your injuries.
Some of the examples of municipal liability cases involve the following:
- Fallen trees
- Malfunctioning traffic signals
- Excessive police force
- Improper guard rails
Retain The Committed Legal Advocacy Today
At the Law Offices of David J. Hernandez & Associates, we approach each case with personalized attention to our clients, using our innovative problem-solving skills. Our seasoned Brooklyn municipal liability lawyer can work closely with you to file a thorough and result-driven claim on your behalf.
We are ready to fight for you to make sure that you receive the most possible compensation. Contact us today, 347-318-4935, and receive a complimentary initial case consultation.