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The unfortunate reality of our society is that it is likely that each of us will be impacted by crime at some point during our lives. Many crime victims and their families don’t realize that the civil justice system operates completely separately from the criminal courts. Regardless of the verdict in a criminal trial, victims of crime have every right to seek compensation through the civil justice system. A jury’s “not guilty” verdict doesn’t necessarily prevent a civil jury from ordering the defendant and other parties to financially compensate a crime victim. Moreover, a civil jury may consider the negligence and carelessness of additional parties who might have contributed to the criminal act or permitted the crime to occur, such as landowners and businesses.
Daniel P. Hartstein is committed to getting justice for crime victims through dedicated and thorough representation. He has represented families of murder and negligent homicide victims, victims of childhood sex abuse, victims of sexual assault, victims of assault, victims of internet and cyber crimes, victims of assaults in psychiatric hospitals and nursing homes, and many other types of crime.
In addition to being an attorney who has represented numerous crime victims in civil lawsuits and who has obtained significant monetary results for crime victims, Daniel P. Hartstein is experienced in dealing with complex insurance coverage issues for his clients and has won awards for the victims he has represented. He has also co-authored Prior Criminal Acts: Evidence in Negligent Security Cases, which was published in the Victim Advocate.
If you or one of your family member’s has been a victim of crime, you deserve civil justice. Civil justice allows victims and their families to get a financial recovery to compensate for the pain, suffering, humiliation, and financial losses caused by the parties found to be responsible. Civil justice also gives victims and their families the ability to take action in regaining their dignity and to shed the feeling of helplessness that often follows criminal victimization and the criminal court process. If you are a victim of crime who has been injured, call (215) 732-0306 (PA) or (856) 910-8900 (NJ) to speak with Daniel P. Hartstein.
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