State & Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit
If you are involved in State or federal civil rights litigation, you may have lost a job or face mounting expenses, and you may need help with daily living expenses or to make up for lost income.
State and federal civil rights laws prohibit government entities and private parties from discriminating against people based on race, sex, age, disability, national origin, religion, or certain other characteristics. From sexual harassment to racial discrimination, civil rights violations can take many forms, but they all have one thing in common: fighting for your rights can be difficult and time-consuming. If you are involved in civil rights litigation lawsuit, you may feel you’re the David going up against a Goliath. The civil rights violation may have resulted in a lost job; you may need help with daily living expenses or to make up for lost income.
At USClaims, we can help you get the funding you need to cover your expenses while you wait for your case to settle in court. Contact USClaims to learn how we can help you get civil rights lawsuit funding today.
Civil rights violations can happen in a variety of ways and the following are some examples of violations that are commonly involved in these types of legal claims:
- Employment discrimination
- Housing discrimination
- Government discrimination
- Police brutality / Misconduct
- False arrest
- Wrongful conviction
If you find yourself in financial straits while your State or federal civil rights lawsuit case proceeds, financial assistance may be a valuable tool to allow you to continue the fight. We can partner with you to help you reach your goal of a fair settlement. Contact USClaims today to learn how we can help.
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