Holding Government Liable With The Help Of A Skilled Attorney
Political subdivisions, also known as county governments, local municipalities and school districts, can be held liable for their faults or the faults of their own employees. Although there is a general misconception that one cannot “fight city hall”, this is not always accurate. If an agency or local government has failed to carry out a duty or performed one in a way that seriously deviates from what is accepted, then there may be a basis for a cause of action against it. Such instances might include failing to adequately maintain traffic signals or road signs, negligence of municipal employees and public school grievances.
Representation In A Wide Range Of Government Disputes
If you feel that your rights or property has been compromised by a political subdivision, attorney Matthew P. Crimmel can help. He understands the complex web of laws and regulations involved in pursuing a government liability claim, and he can help you navigate it successfully. Mr. Crimmel has experience helping clients with matters such as:
- Civil rights issues
- Licenses and permit claims
- Public contracts
- Destruction of property by law enforcement
- State and local government negligence
If your claim involves local agency or state government at any level, attorney Crimmel is ready to assist you.
Get The Answers You Are Looking For – Contact The Firm Today
Often, one of the biggest hurdles in pursuing government liability is knowing where to start. A knowledgeable attorney is an invaluable resource. To discuss your legal needs with Mr. Crimmel, contact Matthew P. Crimmel Esq. Attorney at Law, PLLC, to schedule an initial consultation. You can reach out online or call 855-987-3824. The firm serves clients throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. If you prefer not to come into the office, attorney Crimmel can also do virtual meetings, allowing you to meet from the comfort of your own home.