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Injured by a stun gun? We want to help.

Law enforcement officers, security personnel, and civilians rely on TASER® guns to protect themselves and the public in dangerous situations. But when TASER guns are used inappropriately, they can cause severe injuries—or even death. If a police officer or civilian has injured you or your loved one with a stun gun, you may be entitled to compensation.

The North Carolina injury lawyers at Crumley Roberts are here to help investigate your claim and protect your best interests. We have experience handling complex taser weapon injury cases, and our track record shows we won’t back down until we have done everything we can to protect your legal rights. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at  or fill out our free online form to get the skilled representation you deserve.

What are stun guns?

TASER guns are designed to shoot darts that release electrical current into the body of the person being shot. The current released by the darts causes involuntary muscle contractions that immobilize the person who was targeted. While intended to be nonlethal weapons, severe injuries and death can result when TASER guns are used excessively or when darts are shot at the upper-chest area.

Investigating TASER® Gun Misuse

After a stun gun injury, it’s important to begin investigating your claim before important evidence disappears. Our legal team will collect evidence from police reports, the local medical examiner, and the district attorney’s office to help determine if stun gun misuse contributed to your injuries.

To help prove law enforcement may have used excessive or unnecessary force, we can collect and examine:

  • Eyewitness reports
  • Police or security training procedures
  • Rules regulating the use of deadly force
  • TASER deployment logs
  • Video or surveillance footage of the incident

You’re Not Alone After a TASER® Injury

Stun gun injury cases can be complex, and many law firms don’t have experience handling them. At Crumley Roberts, we have experience with a variety of excessive force and TASERinjury cases, and we have the knowledge and skills to help injured victims throughout North Carolina get the compensation they deserve.

We know facing the legal system can be intimidating after a taser weapon injury. Our North Carolina personal injury lawyers aren’t afraid to stand up against excessive force—even if it is at the hands of police officers, security personnel, and other people in positions of authority. Don’t wait to get the strong legal advocate you need. Contact us today at one of our many offices located throughout North Carolina.

TASER® is a registered trademark of TASER International, Inc., and is used here only for the purpose of identifying the product in question. This law firm is not associated with, sponsored by, or affiliated with TASER International, Inc.

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