Civil Rights Attorneys

David Moss and Vince Colella have been at the forefront of civil rights litigation in Michigan for more than 20 years. The firm was established on the principles of equality and justice for all. While other firms shy away from difficult and politically incorrect cases, the Detroit Civil Rights attorneys of Moss & Colella have stood up for the impoverished, disenfranchised, abused, and homeless.

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Michigan Civil Rights Facts

The evolution of civil rights in America has a long and storied history comprehensively chronicled by the media and independent authors alike. The legal system has been the instrument by which civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and Nelson Mandela have waged war on discrimination and inequality.

Detroit has its own unique civil rights history, one marred with riots, white flight, civil disturbance, and segregation.  While progress has been made, the struggle exists for those impoverished by bigotry, racism, and oppression.  The Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) was created in 1965 in an effort to prevent discrimination through educational programs and the promotion of voluntary compliance. The MDCR is the state agency empowered to investigate claims of harassment and discrimination. A Michigan civil rights lawyer at Moss & Colella can better help you understand your rights. Under state and federal law, the protected members of our citizenry may not be discriminated against in education, employment, housing, or public accommodation on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, age, gender, national origin or disabilities.   Unfortunately, despite measurable advancements – – our society is replete with intolerance, racism, bigotry, and unconscionable views of minorities.   It is these views and underlying mindsets that shape and perpetrate discriminatory conduct. A Michigan civil rights lawyer at Moss & Colella can be very valuable to those discriminated against in Michigan.

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Michigan Civil Rights Lawyer

David Moss and Vince Colella have been at the forefront of civil rights litigation in Michigan for more than 25 years. The firm was established on the principles of equality and justice for all. While other firms shy away from difficult and politically incorrect cases, the Detroit Civil Rights attorneys of Moss & Colella have stood up for the impoverished, disenfranchised, abused, and homeless.

The attorneys at Moss & Colella are widely recognized as Detroit’s Civil Rights Law Firm for the following forms of discrimination:

  • Age Discrimination
  • Handicap Discrimination
  • Sexual Assault, Discrimination or Harassment
  • Police Misconduct, Excess or Deadly Force
  • Malicious Prosecution
  • Cyberbullying
  • Educational Discrimination or Harassment
  • School Accidents or Injuries
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Detroit Civil Rights Lawyers

The Michigan civil rights lawyers at Moss & Colella take their work deadly serious. Our law firm handles all types of civil rights cases for people in Detroit and throughout Michigan. Time and time again, we see that these cases are caused by negligence, racism, abuse, and simply carelessness of our fellow Americans. A Detroit civil rights lawyer can  be valuable to those going through these issues in Michigan. No matter what caused a civil rights case we can get to the bottom of it. Our team of Detroit civil rights lawyers, investigators, and experts are here to help you build a strong case designed to get results. If you or a loved one has been a victim of discrimination, police brutality, or any other form of civil rights discrimination, we are ready to go to work for you. Our sympathetic Detroit civil rights lawyers are on your side. Speak with a Michigan civil rights lawyer at Moss & Colella today.

Here at Moss & Colella PC, a civil rights attorney will be standing by to help you with your case.

We Know How to Win Civil Rights Cases

We have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients. A Michigan civil rights lawyer must be dedicated to your case. The damage awards we have obtained are a result of hard, exhaustive work on behalf of the lawyers who are fighting for their clients. We know what it takes to obtain the compensation you deserve. We take pride in the fact our success has led to recognition. A Detroit civil rights lawyer will take your case very seriously.

In fact, when other Michigan civil rights lawyers have a heavy workload, the cases are particularly complicated or unique or they aren’t comfortable taking a case to trial, these attorneys send their cases to us. Speak with a Michigan civil rights lawyer today at Moss & Colella.

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About the Firm

The attorneys of Moss & Colella have carefully chosen their career paths to fight for those that have suffered from injury and wrongful death. We believe every citizen should have the right to hire the best lawyer who will actively advocate for their case.

David Moss and Vince Colella have over 60 collective years of personal injury trial experience that provides you a level of legal services and success unmatched by other firms. By working together, we have the ability to find creative, effective, and efficient solutions to even the most complex cases. No matter what situation you face, we will help you get through it.

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