Michigan Taser injury lawyers represent clients who have suffered injures due to the use of a Taser device. This device is an electroshock weapon meant to stun a targeted subject. Injuries caused by the Taser device are often severe and several have resulted in death.
Most cases filed against the Taser manufacturer have been dismissed by the courts. However, people injured by these devices may often have a claim against the user of the device if it is determined that it was used in a negligent manner for an assault and battery claim.. Cases can also be filed against a police officer as an excessive force claim for using the device.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a Taser device, you should contact the Michigan Taser Injury Lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire P.C. immediately.
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