In the busy hours of our day-to-day lives, it can be easy to take many of our most hard-won civil rights for granted. The freedoms we enjoy as Americans have become such a part of our culture that we may not even realize the necessity to protect them until infringed upon. When this happens, contact the civil rights attorneys at Bogin, Munns & Munns. Civil rights impact many different areas of law, including employment & labor, criminal defense, and intellectual property. Our civil rights lawyers can help you if you need legal help in any of these areas:
- Discrimination Based on Age, Religion, Color, Race, Disability, or National Origin
- Wrongful Termination
- Sexual Harassment
- Hate Crimes
- Police Brutality / Police Misconduct
- Cruel and Unusual Punishment
- Violation of Search and Seizure
- False Arrest
- False Imprisonment
- Violation of Privacy, Freedom, or Speech by the Government
The list above notes only some of the reasons you should contact our Florida civil rights attorney in Orlando. If you believe your rights have been violated or you have questions about your rights, do not hesitate to contact us.
The team at Bogin, Munns & Munns fights vigorously to protect the civil rights that previous generations have struggled for. Our Orlando civil rights attorneys know the law, understand the strategies that can lead to legal victories, and offer a sympathetic ear to anyone affected by discrimination in any form.
If you suspect that your civil rights have been violated, get in touch with us today for a consultation on the details of your possible claim. Our team can be reached by phone at
(855) 686-6752. Call us today to schedule your appointment. You can also fill out the form on our contact page and a member of our team will respond to your request as soon as possible. It’s time to protect your rights and help you get the justice you deserve.
Whether in the workplace or in your daily life, discrimination on the basis of protected classes like race, sex, country of origin, disability status, age, or religion is against the law. Hiring practices that wrongfully favor one race, for example, may warrant litigation. Similarly, being turned away from a place of business due to your religion or country of origin is a violation of your civil rights.
Sexual harassment, while also a form of assault, is often a civil rights issue, as it represents behavior based on your sex or gender. Florida Statutes §760.10 sets forth the laws against workplace discrimination and classifies sexual harassment in the workplace as a form of prohibited discrimination. Not only is the individual who harasses you at fault, but your place of employment may also hold some liability if they have not created a safe environment or taken pains to mandate sexual harassment training and information.
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our Orlando civil rights attorneys can help you get justice for the harm that was done to you by violating your rights. We work through every stage of the process, including:
- Gathering and preserving evidence for your claim
- Negotiating with opposing counsel for an appropriate settlement
- Bringing your case to court and arguing your case in front of a judge and/or jury
To consult with an experienced civil rights lawyer serving Orlando, call 855-686-6752
Law Enforcement Issues
Unfortunately, our civil rights are often violated by members of law enforcement or the judicial system itself. With the death of George Floyd in 2020, as well as the history of police violence and related issues, public outcry for law enforcement reform has swept the nation. The Orlando civil rights attorneys at Bogin, Munns & Munns are dedicated to protecting your rights in issues like:
- Police brutality
- Wrongful imprisonment
- Cruel and unusual punishment
- False arrest
U.S. Code Chapter 42 §1983 provides a legal pathway for justice in situations in which the government, or a representative of the government, violates your rights. However, Florida sets a limit on cases against the government. When you file a claim against the state, city, county, or municipality, you must do so within four years of the initial violation of your rights. Otherwise, you may lose the legal right to seek compensation and justice.
Our Orlando civil rights lawyers can help you handle the necessary paperwork, gather the appropriate evidence, and file your claim within the time limits. Speak to us today so that we can start the process and ensure you retain your right to compensation.
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Set Up Your Meeting with an Orlando Civil Rights Lawyer Today
If you believe that your civil rights have been violated, you deserve to have your voice heard and your case analyzed. At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we work hard to preserve our clients’ rights and seek justice for any harm that has been inflicted. We offer all clients a consultation to learn more about each case and determine how our experienced attorneys can help.
To schedule your meeting with an Orlando civil rights attorney, simply call our office at
(855) 686-6752. You can also fill out the form on our contact page and a member of our team will be in touch with you as soon as they are available. Let’s team up to ensure that justice is served in your case!