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UCLA Protestor Assault Lawsuit

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Due to current events, students are protesting on university colleges all over the country, including UCLA. Were you injured while you were protesting at UCLA? If so, you could have grounds to file a lawsuit. If you are ready to explore the legal options available to you, please do not hesitate to reach out to a lawyer as soon as possible.

Here at the Downtown L.A. Law Group, our protestor assault lawyers are ready to evaluate your claim and provide you with the guidance that you need to begin your claim and provide you with the guidance that you need to fight for your rights and get justice. Our team has decades of experience handling personal injury claims and are not afraid to take on any party or entity to fight to protect the rights of injured victims.

If you are ready to speak with our lawyers about the legal options available to you, contact us today.

Assault During a Protest at UCLA

Unfortunately, protests often attract counter protesters, which many times are violent. These counter protesters might throw objects, launch fireworks into crowds, and physically attack others who are assembling peacefully. These attacks are usually avoidable, given that there are the necessary security protocols in place. If you were assaulted during a protest at UCLA, it is possible that the university failed to act accordingly to protect protesters and prevent violence.

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How Long Do I Have to Sue?

All claims are subject to a statute of limitations or a deadline to sue. When claimants fail to file their claims within the appropriate timeframe, they can lose their right to sue for the harm that they suffered. So, what deadline applies to your claim? In California, injury claims (or wrongful death claims) resulting from assault and battery are normally subject to a two-year statute of limitations, which means that claimants have two years to file their claims. However, it is important to note that this deadline does not apply to government claims.

Since UCLA is a government entity, all claims against the university or government claims are subject to a stricter statute of limitations. Government claims are subject to a six-month statute of limitations. This means that claimants have to file their claims within six months. Based on the response from the university, claimants can have either six months or two years to file lawsuits.

If you are unsure of the total length of time that applies to your claim, contact us today. Our team is ready to help you file your claim on time.

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Contact the Downtown L.A. Law Group Today

If you or a loved one were a victim of assault and battery during a protest at UCLA or any other university, you might have questions about the legal options available to you. If you are interested in exploring the legal options available to you, contact the protest assault lawyers here at the Downtown L.A. Law Group as soon as possible. Our team has decades of experience and is fully committed to getting victims and their families the justice that they deserve. If you are ready to speak with our team about the legal options available to you today.

We offer free consultations and free second opinions, which ensure that our clients will be able to access all the information that you need to either begin or continue your claim. Our experts will be available to answer all your questions and address all your concerns. Whether you are looking to start the legal process or redirect your claim after starting your claim at another firm, our team can help you. To schedule a free consultation or a free second opinion, contact us today.

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