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Decades of legal knowledge at your service.
When Your Rights Have Been Violated…
When you first come to us with your case, we review any documentation you may already have and work with you to determine whether you’ve been damaged and to what extent — and whether you have a case worth pursuing. Our goal is to prove a pattern of unfairness.
Civil Litgation And Civil Rights
We handle a broad range of legal matters, from the common to the exceptional, including:
- Personal injury
- Construction disputes
- Contact litigation
- Article 78 (Proceedings against governmental agencies)
- Article 75
Wills and estates
Educational litigation and advocacy
- Student negligence and discipline issues
- Teacher employment and discipline issues
Pursuing Justice When Law Enforcement Violates Your Rights
We have substantial experience handling cases involving police misconduct. Under the U.S. Constitution, you have the following rights:
- Protection from false arrests or malicious prosecution
- Due process in a court of law
- Freedom from excessive bails and fines, and cruel and unusual punishment
- A speedy and public trial
- Privacy from unreasonable and unwarranted government intrusion into your home and personal affairs
If these rights have been violated by a member of a police department or prosecutor’s office, talk to us. The law office of Wicks Law Firm, PLLC, can help.
Even within a police department, abuse can occur. We help members of the police force sue the department when procedures aren’t followed, when harassment or discrimination occurs, or when something just isn’t right. Why do we do this? Because injustice, whether it’s committed against our neighbor next door or a local police officer, eats away at us. We believe everyone deserves to be treated fairly and with respect, so we do all we can to pursue justice.
Protecting The Rights Of Those Who Can’t Protect Themselves
At the law office of Wicks Law Firm, PLLC, our hearts go out to children with classifications and disabilities that entitle them to certain services under the law. Our sense of injustice flares when school districts don’t provide them. These children and their families need strong advocates to ensure they receive the proper resources. Don’t go into an IEP or other meeting with social workers, special services or other administrators without talking to us first.
Relieve Your Stress Now
If you’ve been discriminated against and believe that discrimination has occurred on the basis of race, religion, sex, age or disabilities, call us at 585-770-7174 or contact us online to tell us about your situation. With more than 70 years of legal experience among our attorneys, we are eager to put our knowledge to work for you.
We practice in all courts, including:
- All New York state and federal appeals courts
- United States District Court
- Supreme Courts