Section 1983 Claims
A 1983 case is one where a person acting under state law has deprived you of a right, privilege, or immunity provided by the Constitution. Basically, this statute allows the government to be sued when it has done something to deprive a person or a business of their rights under the Constitution or federal law. Pursuing these claims against the government can be a daunting task. O'Hara, Taylor, Sloan & Cassidy is experienced in handling a wide range of litigation under federal civil rights statute, 42 U.S.C. § 1983.
Our attorneys’ years of experience in suing government entities under this statute prepared us to use our expertise to zealously represent you in defending your rights. Contact our office by phone or e-mail to schedule your initial consultation and learn more about how our attorneys can help.