Conyers, GA Man Injured by Dekalb County Sheriff’s Officer – Family Hires Law Firm of Walter Gabriel
A 23-year-old Conyers man injured by a Dekalb County Sheriff’s Officer hired the Law Firm of Walter Gabriel to represent him. The incident happened just before 5:00 am at the intersection of Salem Road and Westridge Drive in Conyers, GA. The victim was riding his bike to work when a Dekalb County Sheriff’s Officer rear-ended him.
The officer left the scene of the crash, but returned once he reportedly spotted witnesses to the crash. The at-fault officer initially reported that the young man he injured was not wearing reflectors and was riding outside of the bike lane. However, The Law Firm of Walter Gabriel discovered that the officer’s allegations were not true. Attorney Walter Gabriel also found the at-fault officer had a history of similar offenses.
Walter Gabriel is has the skill and experience to handle cases involving police misconduct. He was able to gather useful information to ensure his client would receive financial compensation that far exceeded his expectations. In addition to financial compensation, Wrongful death lawyer Walter Gabriel understands cases involving police brutality or misconduct not only leave victims injured, but also shaken and emotionally scarred. This is why Walter Gabriel personally handles each of these cases. He ensures clients and their families get the medical and long-term therapeutic help they need to fully recover physically and emotionally.
Wrongful death lawyer Walter Gabriel represents victims injured at the hands of police. Far too often, African-American men are the victims of police misconduct. This above snippet describes just one instance. However, headlines show police brutality and wrongful deaths are too commonplace in today’s society.
Atlanta wrongful death attorney Walter Gabriel represents victims of police brutality and the families whose loved ones were killed at the hands of police. These wrongful death cases deserve the utmost attention from a skilled wrongful death attorney.
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We have extensive experience litigating claims on behalf of those who have suffered harm in a variety of complex scenarios, including those that involve a law enforcement officer who has used excessive force, and are willing and able to take such a case to trial if necessary. Our relentless approach to legal advocacy ensures that we properly represent our clients’ interests at every stage of the dispute process, from early settlement negotiations to trial. Attorney Walter Gabriel is pleased the Conyers man injured by a Dekalb County Sheriff’s Officer received a positive outcome.
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