Civil Rights | Employee Rights

The Law Offices of Timothy P. O’Brien is a private law firm dedicated to the public interest. We have been protecting individual’s civil rights since 1975. The firm’s mission is to provide leading legal counsel in exposing individual and systemic injustice. In pursuit of this mission, our attorneys strive to deliver a support system putting the client’s interest first through what are often difficult times. We try cases to win, for you, and for justice. If you believe you have been discriminated against in your employment, or that your constitutional rights have been violated, call or e-mail us today for a free evaluation of your case.

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Recent News and Filings:

Federal Lawsuit against Pittsburgh on behalf of Minor for Catastrophic Injuries from High-Speed Pursuit

Former Inmate Settles Excessive Force Case for $1,100,000

Former Chief of Police Settles Case for $600,000

Federal Judge Stops Allegheny County Jail from Interfering with FMLA Rights for Corrections Officers

Attorney Timothy P. O’Brien Named Adjunct Professor at Pitt Law for Course on Civil Rights Litigation

Audit Reveals that Woodland Hills School District Employed Unqualified Individuals

Lawsuit filed against Allegheny County Jail for causing Inmate to Undergo Foot Amputation

Attorney Timothy P. O’Brien Speaks with Channel 4 about Transparency in Officer-Involved Shootings

Attorney Alec Wright Named Chair of the Civil Rights Litigation Committee for the ACBA

Pittsburgh Police Officer Whistleblower Lawsuit against City of Pittsburgh

Discrimination Lawsuit against Westmoreland County on behalf of Marine Reservist

Lawsuit on behalf of Expelled College Student after False Criminal Charges Filed Against Him were Dismissed

Current Notable Cases:

Lawsuit Seeking to Vindicate Constitutional Rights of Transgender Woman at Allegheny County Jail

Allegheny County Jail and its Warden Discriminate Against Corrections Officers who Properly use FMLA to Refuse Overtime

Culture of Violence toward Students at Woodland Hills High School

Armed Swat Raid of Family Home in Error

Failure to Accommodate Disability of Federal Employee

Prison Suicide of 15-Year-Old DOC Inmate

Constitutional Challenge to Lack of Standard for Disability Retirement Program

Representative Matters:

Jury Verdict for $13,000,000 in Employment Discrimination Lawsuit

Multi-million Dollar Settlement on behalf of Retired VA Nurses

Jury Verdict in Excess of $1,000,000 in Employment Discrimination Lawsuit

Fair Housing Settlement for $1,000,000

Former Inmate Settles Excessive Force Case for $1,100,000

Settlement for $650,000 for Abusive Conduct by Security Guards at Concert

Former Chief of Police Settles Case for $600,000

Settlement for $400,000 for False Arrest

Settlement for $175,000 in Lawsuit for Officer who Refused to Shoot and Kill Suspect

Disclaimer: 

The content provided on this website is merely legal information, and not legal advice.  The content on this website includes representative matters that are unique as compared to any other case, similar or dissimilar.  Nothing on this website should be construed to guarantee results for a particular type of case.