Pamela Dixon was celebrating her engagement in a public park when suddenly she was assaulted by the park’s security guard. Left injured and confused, she didn’t know what to do. When she contacted the employer of the security guard about the assault, it was as if the incident didn’t happen, and that she didn’t matter.
Pamela wanted justice and wanted the truth to be told. She trusted her friend Attorney Yao Dinizulu to get her the results she deserved. The Dinizulu Law Group, Ltd. investigated and uncovered that this security guard had a pattern of violent behavior. Yet scenario after scenario, she wasn’t terminated.
Before this case, Pamela had also never given a deposition. A deposition is something that’s intimidating for many clients because they have to give a sworn and recorded statement to the opposing counsel who are trying to catch the client say something they can later use against them in the course of trial. The Dinizulu Law Group, Ltd. helped Pamela understand the types of questions that would be asked during a deposition, and prepared her thoroughly for the challenge ahead.
As a result, Pam was able to receive compensation for her pain suffering, medical bills, and most importantly get a closure to the emotional distress that this incident caused. She didn’t want others to go through what she had gone through. The Dinizulu Law Group, Ltd. helped Pamela tell her story and seek justice. That meant something.
Hate crime and violent lashing out has sadly gotten increasingly common. However, there are laws to remedy these wrongs and punish those who violate our nation’s laws. If you believe your civil rights have been infringed upon, contact the Dinizulu Law Group, Ltd. at 1-312-384-1920 or 1-800-693-1LAW or by email. We are here to help. You will also find other stories like Pam’s and more discussions on civil rights and other legal topics on our media page.