I don't know any lawyers that are afraid to go up against the state, actually. It probably has more to do with the circumstances surrounding the injuries. What you need is a personal injury lawyer, not a criminal defense lawyer, so I changed the practice area for you.
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I have added another tag since cases against guards or correctional facilities are usually filed under the
Civil Rights Act Statutes. Either a personal injury attorney familiar with Civil rights cases or a local Civil Rights attorney is what is needed. they may take on a contingency fee, but if they prevail, are entitled to attorneys fees under the law.
Look for a NJ lawyer who specializes in personal injury/civil rights violations and do it quickly. There are many out there who are not afraid to pursue such cases.
2. Contact Avvo and request they remove your personal information
3. I know of no attorney afraid to sue the state or state employees.
4. Contact your state bar and request referral to a civil rights attorney.
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