Thanksfor the information
.I'm not sure what your question is.
If you were asking whether there aresolicitors that Sue the police then there are. Generally speaking it isunfunded though so you would have to pay for it. Sometimes you can get them toact or no win no fee basis depending on the strength of the case.
The fact that you were not arrested does notmean that they acted unlawfully. It is not that simple. Many people arestopped, spoken to, arrested or not as the case may be without there being acase against them that is ultimately proved. The question is whether they hadreasonable grounds at the time. Obviously I won't know what they say about this.But severity of injury alone is not the test.
If you want a referral to solicitors that canact then I know that McCormack solicitors have solicitors that do Sue thepolice
Can I clarifyanything for you?
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