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Civil Rights

Our civil rights are at the very heart of our freedom as citizens and define us as a country. If you believe your civil rights have been violated, you should consult with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to help guide you through the intricacies of these laws and protect these most valuable freedoms.

At the law firm of Rieders, Travis, Dohrmann, Mowrey, Humphrey & Waters, our attorneys have extensive experience guiding clients through challenging civil rights cases. No matter the form your violation takes, it is crucial that you contact a skilled civil rights lawyer as soon as possible. Contact our Williamsport civil rights attorneys today.

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Knowledgeable Attorneys Protecting Your Civil Rights

Civil rights law encompasses many aspects of our lives, from discrimination or harassment in the workplace and schools, to freedom of speech and religion, due process and equal protection, freedom from excessive force by police officers and the right to appropriate medical care for the incarcerated. When your rights are violated, it is not uncommon to feel frustrated and confused regarding your next steps. It is important to remember that you have legal options, and our firm is prepared to guide you through the legal process.

Have You Experienced a Civil Rights Violation?

The law firm of Rieders, Travis, Dohrmann, Mowrey, Humphrey & Waters can be reached by calling 570-323-8711 or completing our convenient contact form. We can explain how Pennsylvania and federal law applies to your situation and help you understand your options for moving forward.

Attorney Jeff Dohrmann

Attorney Jeff DohrmannAttorney Jeff Dohrmann joined Rieders Travis as a Litigation Paralegal. He went to law school while working, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Widener University School of Law in 1993. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania and Middle District of Pennsylvania bars in November 1993.

Mr. Dohrmann only represents people. People who have been physically or emotionally injured, at work or in personal injury situations. People who have been wrongfully treated, terminated, harassed, or discriminated against at work. People who have had their civil rights violated. [ Attorney Bio ]