Civil Rights, Corrections, and 42 USC 1983 Litigation
FBMJ attorneys have been representing clients involved in civil rights litigation – including general civil rights, 42 USC 1983 claims, and corrections law – for their entire careers, and are justifiably proud of their unrivaled experience and success in this complex field of law. While success can never be guaranteed, we are proud of the results we consistently deliver to our civil rights, 42 USC 1893, and corrections clients.
Civil Rights Litigation is a very unique, specialized, and difficult field of practice. Over the years, we have developed the experience necessary to provide the best possible representation to our clients. Our approach to civil rights litigation is centered on our long experience in the field. Our clients benefit because we know the issues, the law, and the unique pitfalls of civil rights litigation. Not only are we able to provide unrivaled advice and litigation representation, but our experience allows us to deliver superior legal representation at a fair price. Unlike many other firms, we do not charge our clients for re-inventing the wheel in every case; FBMJ attorneys invented the wheel itself. Many of the legal arguments, briefs, and tactics originated through the attorneys in this firm.
We know the attorneys, we know the Courts, we know the administration and bureaucracy, and we know the law. When you find yourself needing representation from a civil rights attorney – no matter what your situation – you should consider calling Foley, Baron, Metzger & Juip to see how we can help you.
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