Our firm recognizes that some defendants possess assets a victim of crime may recover in a civil lawsuit. Whether a person is injured or killed by a drunk driver, is the victim of a physical and/or sexual assault, or a person swindled by a con artist, we can help. In the criminal justice system a case is brought in the name of the state, and not the victim. The prosecutor doesn’t represent you, the crime victim. Instead, a crime victim is a witness and not a plaintiff. In order to punish a criminal for committing harm to a victim or a victim’s family, the injured person must seek recovery in the civil courts.
Fierce advocates for you
This is where Rogers Castor comes in. Partner Bruce L. Castor has extensive knowledge of the criminal justice system, and routinely helps crime victims and their families navigate criminal investigations and prosecutions and acts as a liaison for victims with law enforcement.
We have a proven track record of success fighting for victims of crime using the civil courts. If you, or someone dear to you, have been a victim of crime, and you want the criminal punished beyond what the criminal justice system can bring about, let us be your advocate. Don’t be a victim: fight back with Rogers Castor!