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JUSTICE EQUALS RESPECT
Renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump founded Ben Crump Law PLLC with the abiding belief that justice equals respect. Because of this dedication to justice, the families of Trayvon Martin, Ahmaud Arbery, Martin Lee Anderson, and Breonna Taylor all turned to Mr. Crump to turn the spotlight of justice on these cases.
But changing the landscape on civil rights is only half the story.
Mr. Crump and his firm’s attorneys are all devoted to advocating for the voiceless of our society whenever or whatever kind of harm may have befallen them. From personal injury, labor and employment matters, class actions, and other lawsuits, our attorneys are dedicated to holding the powerful accountable for their actions.
Learn more about our experienced, dedicated attorneys, who are here to help you get the justice you deserve.
If you’re a victim of injustice, contact our devoted advocates for a free, no-risk case evaluation. Mr. Crump and his firm do not do criminal defense, but are ready to hear your personal injury situation and offer their guidance.
Representing Trayvon Martin's family changed Ben Crump as a lawyer and a man.
It’s alleged that talcum powder causes ovarian cancer, and manufacturers like Johnson & Johnson knew about the risk for decades but never warned consumers. Worse yet, they specifically targeted African American women through advertising.
Kevyn Fowler, a 15-year Iraq War veteran and new resident of Jacksonville, AR, recently fell victim to a racist hate crime involving arson and vandalism. Now, Mr. Fowler has retained Ben Crump's services to ensure that justice is served.
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