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Civil Rights Injury Lawyer Oregon

Andersen Morse & Linthorst – Civil Rights Injury Lawyer Oregon

Civil Rights Injury Lawyer OregonWhen your civil rights are violated or infringed upon, it’s a horrible feeling. It’s also frightening. You might not know where to go, whom to turn to, nor what course of action is best. Fortunately, that’s exactly where Andersen Morse & Linhorst Attorneys At Law come in. We are passionate about correcting justice and helping injured people, such as you, recover from any losses that you’ve suffered. With many years of experience and a team of aggressive attorneys, you can trust us.

What Constitutes A Civil Rights Injury?

There are all sorts of injuries from which you can seek legal redress. Our firm specializes in personal and civil rights injuries, so it’s important that you know what constitutes a civil rights injury. To start with, our glorious Constitution and Bill of Rights guarantee your civil liberties. The Supreme Court has final authority in clarifying how either document should be interpreted when you bring a civil rights claim before a judge. 

In general, a civil rights injury is an occurrence where a government agent, such as a public school, officer, or public employer discriminates against you because of your race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin or ancestry, or age. This discrimination can occur anywhere, and the consequences they bear on you can be quite severe. For example, if you’re discriminated against from getting hired or getting a promotion, the lack of income may put you into debt, poverty, or result in you losing your place of dwelling.

What Can A Civil Rights Injury Attorney Do For You?

Recovering from a civil rights violation is not a venture you should take on alone. Not only would you have to study legal jargon, you’d be responsible for proving that you have standing; filling out and submitting legal documents timely and properly; crafting legal arguments; and you’d have to face experienced, knowledgeable attorneys who have years–if not decades–of experience under their belts. We don’t say this to scare you. We simply want to paint an honest picture of what all a civil rights case entails.

Fortunately, rather than spending countless hours studying all this, you can depend on the lawyers at Andersen Morse & Linthorst in Oregon to help protect your rights. We’ll fight aggressively on your behalf. We work with you, and we can help you decide whether a settlement or litigation is in your best interest. We’ll tell your story how it needs to be told, and we’ll work our hardest to see to it that your violators have to pay for any losses you incurred. 

Your rights and protections matter to us. We understand that traveling to a law office can be difficult. We don’t want travel to be a reason that your violated rights go unchecked. Therefore, for your convenience, we have offices located in Medford, Grants Pass, and Klamath Falls, Oregon. We’re also serving the Ashland area. Please give us a call to schedule an appointment or for a free consultation. If, for some reason, you must cancel your appointment or reschedule, please let us know in advance. 

Also Serving Ashland, OR