Unlawful Use of Deadly Force

The use of deadly force should only be used by law enforcement officials who are in specific situations. These situations should only include an officer who is in imminent danger or an officer protecting a citizen who is in imminent danger. Unfortunately this isn’t always the case. Any use of deadly force needs to be evaluated over a long period of time.

Specifics of cases involving deadly force can get bogged down by the legal process, which can boil cases involving entirely different circumstances down to just another deadly force case. Don’t let this happen!

Each lawsuit involving deadly force is entirely different than the one before it. Evidence and testimony can be based on subjective things like perception. This leaves room for countless interpretations of the events that transpired. The team at Kulis Law is here to help you find the truth about what happened to your loved one. We look at each case individually to make sure that it isn’t ‘just another case.’

The Kulis Law team will use our legal resources to build your case and discuss your options. We do extensive reviews of evidence, documents, files, and media including (but not limited to):

  • Witness Statements
  • Medical Reports & Autopsy Reports
  • Police Statements & Interviews
  • Arrest Reports
  • Accident Reports
  • Video Recordings
  • 911 Call Transcripts & Recordings

If you think your loved one has been a victim of the unlawful use of deadly force, we want to hear your story. Contact us online or call us at 312-580-1830. We conduct initial consultations free of charge.