Taser Guns/Stun Gun Injuries Lawyers
Have you or your loved one been the victim of a taser gun/stun gun injury? Tasers or stun guns are sometimes used by police officers on innocent people or used excessively when there is no such need. Though taser guns are less lethal than regular fire arms, it is still a dangerous weapon that needs to be discharged with care, caution, and prudence. If you or your loved ones have suffered an unjust or repeated taser attack and you wish to sue the authorities in Minnesota, Gaskins Bennett Birrell Schupp LLP is the law firm you want on your side. We have an unprecedented number of successes in civil right cases including those dealing with taser and stun gun injuries.
Tasers work by creating a disruption in the nervous system and is the preferred method to deal with people who are considered dangerous toward themselves as well as others. They were initially distributed as safe and not something that could cause any injury to the victim. Assuming that all the tasers could do is freeze the nervous system of a person, they were freely and repeatedly used. However, some people suffer serious harm as a result of being tased. In Minneapolis, for example, a man died of being repeatedly tased while in a group home meant for the mentally ill.
Taser gun injuries can result in the loss of both money and quality of life. Those who suffer serious injuries may incur many costs associated with their injuries, including doctors’ fees, visits to the hospital, loss of wages, and other expenses. The attorneys at Gaskins Bennett Birrell Schupp LLP are dedicated to helping taser gun victims get the compensation they deserve. As one of Minnesota’s premiere law firms, our lawyers are well equipped to deal with taser gun injury cases. With numerous “Super Lawyers” award winners on staff, you can be assured you have the right legal team by your side. Call us today for a consultation to discuss your rights and legal options. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless we win your case.