Action defends and protects your civil rights with the compassion of family AND the 24/7 discipline, expertise, power, resources, and strategies of a special operations military team. If you or a family member has been victimized by police brutality resulting in serious bodily injury or wrongful death, call Action.
When you choose Action, your case will be handled by our experienced team of attorneys, investigators and experts. Action serves our community 24/7 and maximizes financial outcomes for its clients.
The Action Injury Law Group Advantage® is based on three guiding principles.
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to maximize the financial recovery for our clients.
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Action provides free initial consultations and works on a contingency fee basis. We don’t get paid until there is a recovery on your case.
Day or night, call Action. The Action Response / Strike Team and Command Center® will immediately mobilize to the location of police shootings and excessive force cases to obtain video evidence, capture drone footage, gather digital and DNA forensics, and take eyewitness statements to support your case.
The Truth, Hope, and Justice Initiative was created in 2016 to share the powerful photographic and video narratives of mothers impacted by unjustified police violence. The mission of this non-profit initiative is to advance police reform and influence new legislation in America.
Andrew M. Stroth is a dedicated civil rights attorney who passionately protects the constitutional rights of individuals unjustifiably injured by the police or wrongfully convicted. Stroth is also an experienced sports attorney who protects and defends the rights and reputations of high profile professional athletes, celebrities, media personalities, business executives, and political leaders.
Stroth is a graduate and former adjunct professor at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and currently serves on the Northwestern Law Board. He is a leader in the African American faith and business communities and a powerful presence both inside and outside the courtroom.
When 16-year-old Dnigma was thrown down the stairs by Chicago Police at Marshall High School, her father called Action.
When Bernard Kersh was unjustifiably body slammed by a Chicago police officer, his mother called Action.
When James Gibson was tortured by police and wrongfully convicted, he called Action.
84-year-old Verona Gunn hit by a CPD vehicle and killed. Her son, Pastor Dwight Gunn, called Action.