Henderson Police Beating Judgement Spurs Resignations

In Late October 2010, Nevada Highway Patrol and Henderson Police officers approached the 4-door sedan driven by Adam Greene with guns drawn. Even though officers were screaming at him to exit his vehicle, Adam Greene didn’t move. Moments later, an officer kicked in the driver’s side window of Mr. Greene’s car, pulling him to the ground and screaming.

As the officers pulled Adam Greene from his car, he was thrown to the ground. Additional officers came to the scene, repeatedly kicking Adam Greene on the ground. One even screamed “Stop resisting, mother#$%!er repeatedly. Then Mr. Greene was searched and police found insulin on his person. Quickly realizing they had not beaten a drunk driver but instead someone in diabetic shock, the Nevada Highway Patrol and Henderson Police officers openly discussed fallout from the incident. If you have been victim of a police assault and would like to begin a Nevada personal injury case to recover monetary reimbursement for lost work, medical bills and pain & suffering, contact Benson and Bingham, one of the leading Las Vegas personal injury law firms for a free legal consultation.

Mr. Greene was eventually awarded nearly $300,000 for the attack. Additionally, Henderson City Manager, Mark Calhoun retired and today it was announced that Henderson Police Chief Jutta Chambers would also resign. At this time, disciplinary proceedings against the Nevada Highway Patrol or Henderson Police officers involved with the incident have not been announced. If you have been injured in a police brutality personal injury incident involving a Las Vegas Area police department, contact Benson and Bingham for a free legal consultation today.

In 2010 and 2011, Benson and Bingham secured over $24,000,000 in injury awards for their clients. The law firm’s Nevada licensed attorneys work to develop strong and trusting relationships with their clients to ensure all of a case’s facts are presented to the jury.

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