CIVIL RIGHTS INJURIES – Legal HELP IN COLORADO

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Legal Help In Colorado is committed to defending your civil liberties & protecting you from unjust governmental action. Trust Attorney Ross Ziev to help you get the justice you deserve and fight for your rights.

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The protection of civil rights and liberties, which are guaranteed and protected by the U.S. Constitution and federal laws enacted by Congress, remains one of the most fundamental political values in American society—especially in light of recent events in our country. 

As such protection spans several areas within the law, and each case is unique, the examination of any potential violation merits a personalized and professional approach. Hence, if you have experienced a violation of your constitutional rights, you can benefit from seeking professional advice from an experienced legal professional who will guide you through all available options and support you at every stage of any prospective legal action.

Attorney Ross Ziev of Legal Help in Colorado can help you bring negligent parties to justice for all kinds of cases involving a violation of your civil rights or liberties.

Such cases include, but are not limited to:

  • Instances of violation of your Fourth Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution, which grant citizens protection against unreasonable searches and seizures by the government, through the provision of the right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects. These typically include unlawful searches and arrests, without probable cause or a valid warrant, or conducted with the use of excessive force by the police. 
  • Violations of Colorado’s anti-discrimination laws on the denial of access against protected classes of people to the facilities or services of a business or other public places, such as restaurants, hospitals, hotels, retail stores, and public transportation.
  • Equal and fair housing discrimination in contravention of the Fair Housing Act, which sets out a national policy of fair housing throughout the United States. Such cases involve instances of discrimination concerning the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, religion, national origin, or sex.
  • The exercise of your right to free speech, as protected by the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, including the protection against retaliation for exercising it, particularly through the adoption of negative employment action by government (public) employers. 
  • Prisoners’ rights stemming from the U.S. Constitution, federal statutes, as well as the Colorado Constitution and the Colorado Revised Statutes. Examples of conditions in prison that may constitute unlawful inmate treatment include overcrowding, violence, and sexual abuse, giving rise to serious risks to the health and safety of inmates. 
  • Wrongful death causes of action, brought by family members and dependents of persons who have died because of another person or entity’s wrongful act, carelessness, or negligence. Wrongful death claims, which arise when a person dies due to the legal fault of another, are separate and distinct from criminal charges that may have been filed and have the objective of recovering the expenses and losses suffered by the decedent’s close family members.

If you have been the subject of any such civil rights or liberties violation, or if you have recently lost a family member due to suspected negligence or misconduct on the part of another person, our legal team at Help in Colorado is here to help you.

Contact Help in Colorado today for a free consultation or call now (303) 351-2567, so we can discuss your case in absolute confidence.

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Such cases include, but are not limited to:

  • Instances of violation of your Fourth Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution, which grant citizens protection against unreasonable searches and seizures by the government, through the provision of the right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects. These typically include unlawful searches and arrests, without probable cause or a valid warrant, or conducted with the use of excessive force by the police. 
  • Violations of Colorado’s anti-discrimination laws on the denial of access against protected classes of people to the facilities or services of a business or other public places, such as restaurants, hospitals, hotels, retail stores, and public transportation.
  • Equal and fair housing discrimination in contravention of the Fair Housing Act, which sets out a national policy of fair housing throughout the United States. Such cases involve instances of discrimination concerning the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, religion, national origin, or sex.
  • The exercise of your right to free speech, as protected by the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, including the protection against retaliation for exercising it, particularly through the adoption of negative employment action by government (public) employers. 
  • Prisoners’ rights stemming from the U.S. Constitution, federal statutes, as well as the Colorado Constitution and the Colorado Revised Statutes. Examples of conditions in prison that may constitute unlawful inmate treatment include overcrowding, violence, and sexual abuse, giving rise to serious risks to the health and safety of inmates. 
  • Wrongful death causes of action, brought by family members and dependents of persons who have died because of another person or entity’s wrongful act, carelessness, or negligence. Wrongful death claims, which arise when a person dies due to the legal fault of another, are separate and distinct from criminal charges that may have been filed and have the objective of recovering the expenses and losses suffered by the decedent’s close family members.

If you have been the subject of any such civil rights or liberties violation, or if you have recently lost a family member due to suspected negligence or misconduct on the part of another person, our legal team at Legal Help in Colorado is here to help you.

Contact Legal Help in Colorado today for a free consultation or call now (303) 351-2567, so we can discuss your case in absolute confidence.

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$2,000,000 Settlement

Tried a product liability case that received a $2,000,000 settlement.

$300,000 Settlement

Litigated a case for a member of the National Guard that went into litigation with a $45,000 offer and resulted in a $300,000 settlement .

$500,000 Settlement

Litigated a case with an offer of $65,000 that resulted in a $500,000 settlement.

$1,000,000 Verdict

Tried a case with a $50,000 offer that received a jury verdict of just over $1,000,000.

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