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The Berman Law Firm, PA - Miami Personal Injury and Civil Rights Law Firm
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Victim of abuse looking for justice? Call us for an experienced abuse victims' advocate.

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Injured on a cruise ship? You have a very short period of time to pursue your cruise ship injury claim. Contact us for a free consultation with an experienced cruise ship injury lawyer.

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Negligent security puts the public at grave risk. Crime victims should call us about their negligent security claim.

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We like our #personalinjury clients and prospective clients to understand the basis legal concepts of their personal injury claims. Click the link to our blog post below to learn more about personal injury claims. Check out our website for more information about personal injury claims.

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The Berman Law Firm, PA presents its new website. We redesigned our website to better educate the public about the legal services we provide in the areas of personal injury, civil rights, and abuse victims advocacy. We welcome you to browse our new website and contact us for a free evaluation of your personal injury, civil rights, or abuse claim.

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The Berman Law Firm is pleased to announce Miami personal injury lawyer, Jeffrey N. Berman‘s selection as a 2017 Super Lawyers Rising Star. Super Lawyers is a rating service for outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. Super Lawyers Rising Stars recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys.

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In 2013, a Virginia man, #LinwoodLambert,‬ was tased to death for running into a hospital emergency room that police officers drove him to.  MSNBC recently obtained video footage of the incident.  Click the link to our blog post below to view the video and learn more about civil rights claims.  Lambert was not suspected of a crime and was not armed.  He was only taken into custody to be transported to the emergency room for medical care.  Lambert escaped from the patrol car when they arrived at the hospital and attempted to run into the emergency room.  Although the officers only picked Lambert up to bring him to the emergency room, several of the officers tased him for running towards the emergency room entrance.  While Lambert was subdued and laying on the ground right in front of the emergency room entrance, officers can be heard on the video saying “I’m going to pop you” and “I’m going to light you up again.”  Rather than bring Lambert into the emergency room for treatment as originally intended, the officers restrained him and placed him in the back of a patrol car again.  While Lambert was restrained and seated in the back of a patrol car, the officers continued to tase him because he was not sitting up straight.  When they arrived at the jail, Lambert was unresponsive.  The officers then drove Lambert back to the same emergency room where he was pronounced dead on arrival.  The officers fired their tasers a total of twenty times.  Another horrific #civilrights violation.  Lambert’s family is pursuing a claim for this unspeakable civil rights violation.

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Earlier this week a South Carolina police officer ripped a Spring Valley High School student out of her chair and threw her across the classroom for being defiant.  The Washington Post reports that in another highly publicized police incident this week, a Washington D.C. police officer gained the cooperation of a teenage bystander of a street fight by challenging her to a dance off.  Click the link to our blog post below to see the video of the dancing copy and to learn more about civil rights.

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Apparently students have no civil rights at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina.  This week a female student sitting in class at Spring Valley High School had her desk and chair flipped upside down while she was sitting in it, and she was dragged across the classroom.  This horrific civil rights violation was committed by Richland County Sheriff’s Deputy Ben Fields. Deputy Ben Fields is reported to have a documented history of similar police brutality and civil rights violations.  Click the link to our blog post below to learn more about police misconduct and civil rights violations such as excessive use of force, false arrest, false imprisonment, and various other forms of police brutality.

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The City of Miami’s Civilian Investigative Panel was created to provide civilian oversight of the Miami Police Department relating to police misconduct and civil rights violations. The Civilian Investigative Panel was formed in 2002 following several highly publicized police shootings. Click below to check out our blog post on the Civilian Investigative Panel to learn more.
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