The police - your friend and helper - are facing more and more disrespect and violence. From spitting demonstrators to bullying drunks to beating hooligans: An increasing brutality and aggressiveness towards police officers is clearly noticeable. In our office we represent numerous police officers who have been victims of violence.
We support you in the judicial enforcement of your claims for pain and suffering - both against the perpetrator and the state.
Enforceable title - what then?
We exhaust all options for enforcement and attachment for you.
Penniless debtor - bad luck?
We apply for the assumption of fulfillment for you in accordance with the respective state civil service law. Accordingly, the employer assumes the claim under the following conditions:
- legally established claim for compensation for pain and suffering against a third party for unlawful assault
- Proof of unsuccessful enforcement
- Limitation period: Application to take over the fulfillment within two years of the judgment becoming final
Who pays the legal and court fees?
As a Member of the German Police Union are legal advice and legal protection for you free. Your union pays the fees and expenses.
(1) 1If acts of violence by third parties, which are committed with regard to the dutiful official conduct of a civil servant, damage or destroy objects belonging to the civil servant, his family members or persons living with him in the same household, or if the civil servant other, not inconsiderable financial damage is inflicted, so the employer can provide compensation for this. 2The same applies in cases in which the act of violence was directed against the official's employer as such. 3Claims for compensation must be submitted in writing to the service or the authority responsible for deciding on compensation within three months of the occurrence of the damage.
(3) If acts of violence by third parties, committed by civil servants or because of their status as civil servants, damage or destroy objects belonging to the civil servants or persons living with them in the same household, or which are civil servants if other, not insignificant pecuniary damage has been caused as a result, compensation can be provided for this.