Denial of Mental Health Care Attorney

While incarcerated, inmates have a constitutional right to mental health care, this includes providing timely psychiatric evaluations, providing mental health medication, and even placing inmates on suicide watch. Sadly, many times this constitutional right is ignored by those primarily responsible for the care of the inmates, which causes additional stress and problems for the individual. Often inmates are seen as worthless individuals who do not deserve our respect, fair treatment, or even the basic necessities of life. If you or a loved one has been denied mental health care while in custody, including being denied psychiatric evaluations, medication, or if a loved one has committed suicide, the Oklahoma City Civil Rights Attorney at The Cotton Law Firm can help protect your rights and recover damages for any harm caused by the denial of mental health care.

Contact the Oklahoma City Civil Rights Attorney if you or a loved one has been denied mental health care while incarcerated.