Dedicated to representing victims of civil rights violations, unlawful discrimination and harassment of all types, our overriding goal at Tietig & Tietig is to always achieve the best possible outcome that is in our client's best interest, and we will fight fervently to see that outcome achieved. We represent people who are violated by law enforcement agencies and officers, including police officers unlawfully harmed by their own employers. We fight against false arrest, excessive force, lack of probable cause, unlawful profiling, suppression of free speech, and other Fourth Amendment violations. Tietig & Tietig also represents whistleblowers and victims of retaliation for complaining about, objecting to, or refusing to participate in unlawful activities of employers and others. We also fight for proper wages and overtime pay for employees. Regarding people with disabilities, we represent people denied access to places of public accommodations, including access with service animals. We also fight against disability discrimination and harassment for blind people, deaf people in wheelchairs, people with learning and cognitive disabilities, and others. We fight for free speech, church-state separation, free press and religious freedom. I have been practicing in these and other fields of law in both state courts and federal courts since 1997. We often settle cases before trial to our clients' satisfaction, but we are experienced in fighting for our clients in trial and in appellate courts. Generally, we offer a free consultation over the phone - (321) 452-9944. Call today if you believe our firm may be of service to you.
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