Fiorentino Law Offices is dedicated to protecting the civil rights of people who have been subjected to police brutality, harassment by public officials, or the use of excessive force. The vast majority of police officer conduct themselves lawfully and fulfill their oath to serve and protect their communities. But as with any other occupation, some members of law enforcement engage in acts of misconduct that infringe on constitutional rights, and cause lasting physical and social harm. Between 2010 and 2014 there were seventy fatal shootings by the Chicago police, a higher number than in any other large city. Between 2004 and 2014, the city spent $521 million defending the department and settling lawsuits claiming excessive force. If you have been the victim of police misconduct, you may be entitled compensation. Call for a free consultation with one of our experienced Chicago civil rights lawyers if you or someone you love has been subject to one of the following forms of police misconduct:

  • improper arrest
  • false arrest
  • police brutality
  • wrongful conviction
  • improper detention
  • use of deadly force
  • improper use of a weapon or taser
  • use of excessive force
  • assault or battery by an officer
  • coerced confession
  • malicious prosecution
No fee unless you receive compensation

Fiorentino Law Offices is committed to making sure that all citizens, regardless of their income level, are able to receive strong legal representation to protect their constitutional rights. That is why we charge no fees for our representation in civil rights cases unless we get results for you and your family. Contact the Chicago Police Misconduct Attorneys at Fiorentino Law Offices for a free consultation if you or a family member has suffered an injury related to police misconduct or the excessive use of force.

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