New York Times Covers Greisen Medlock Lawyer’s Lawsuit to Stop County Jail Deaths

Greisen Medlock lawyers represented the family of a severally mentally-ill woman who died of a preventable illness in the Dallas County, Texas, jail. They were asked to speak about the case, and the problems with how pre-trial detainees are denied necessary medical treatment, by the New York Times.

Deaths in County Jails Raise Calls for Health Care Standards – New York Times

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With a combined almost 50 years representing people in civil rights cases, Paula Greisen and Scott Medlock are leaders in the community representing victims of discrimination and governmental abuse. We have brought and won innovative lawsuits against Fortune 500 companies, as well as state and the federal governments, understanding that abuse and discrimination can affect anyone at any time.

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