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Freehold Excessive Force Lawyer

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Police are commonly in a position where the use of force is necessary to detain a suspect. From grabbing a suspect to the use of mace or batons, police use a wide range of tactics to apprehend and subdue people. However, in too many of these situations, problem officers use unnecessary violence. At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, we are committed to representing people who have suffered injuries as a result of excessive force.

Protecting Our Clients’ Rights

Talking back to a police officer, threats of lawsuits and even threats of violence should not result in the increased use of force. Neither should the guilt or innocence of a suspect. Our firm has a strong belief that police officers who use excessive force and police departments that condone their behavior must be held liable for their actions to protect public safety.

Our attorneys aggressively pursue excessive force claims. We seek out witness statements; subpoena squad car video and audio recordings, as well as video from any security cameras in the area; and depose all officers involved in the incident, including those on the scene who did not file reports.

We are prepared to handle any legitimate excessive force claim, including those involving:

  • Severe beatings with fists or batons
  • The use of chemical agents such as mace or Cap-Stun on subdued or compliant suspects
  • The use of Tasers on subdued or compliant suspects
  • Injuries that result in hospitalization
  • Incidents involving choke holds that cause unconsciousness
  • Any incidents that result in a suspect’s death
  • Fatal shootings

Respected New Jersey Law Firm Representing People Who Have Been Injured By The Excessive Use Of Force

Our firm has successfully represented numerous clients in cases involving police brutality, excessive force and civil rights violations. We have handled claims in communities across central Jersey, including Seaside Park, Freehold, Atlantic City, Jackson, Long Branch and Hazlet, collecting more than $1.6 million for injured clients.

Contact Our New Jersey Police Misconduct Lawyers

Contact The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger if you have any questions about filing an excessive force claim. We have offices in Freehold and Point Pleasant to serve clients in Ocean and Monmouth counties. Our attorneys can be reached by phone at 732-702-0333 or contact us online.