Prisoner Rights Attorneys
Protecting Incarcerated People & Their Families
Incarcerated persons still have basic civil and constitutional rights. These can be violated if inmates are knowingly detained in unsanitary conditions that jeopardize their health. Deplorable conditions of confinement may deny prisoners of their constitutional rights under the Eighth Amendment. Not only can prison conditions be unsanitary, but some prison officials and the private corporate operators are denying prisoners their right to the most basic medical care. Denied or delayed access to care can cause further suffering. Nichols Kaster fights to ensure that the constitutional rights of all persons, including incarcerated persons, are protected in class action litigation.
If you or someone you know has experienced threatening prison conditions, please contact our civil rights and impact litigation group.
We are available at (877) 344-4628 or through our contact form. We will be able to discuss your civil rights concerns and connect you with one of our attorneys.