You Have The Right To Speak Up
Indiana state and federal laws grant employees certain rights. When employers violated these rights, employees should stand up for these rights and may have a claim to compensation for the harm done to them. If you feel like your employer has acted improperly or that you are being treated differently from your fellow employees, you should talk with one of our Indianapolis employee rights attorneys.
At the Employment Law Office of John H. Haskin & Associates, LLC, we have decades of experience in resolving legal disputes between employers and employees. We have helped thousands of workers hold their employers accountable for illegal actions against them and helped people keep their jobs or gain compensation for the loss of that job. We represent employees, and employment law is the only thing we do.
Our law firm helps employees all over Indiana with a variety of issues within employment law, including:
- Determining whether you have a case
- Employment contracts and severance agreements
- Noncompete agreements
- Employment contract disputes
- Employee blacklisting
- Employer requirements
- Public employment law
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Failure to provide leaves of absence
- Wrongful discharge
- Retaliatory discharge
- Whistleblower claims
- Qui tam and FFCA issues
- Whistleblower retaliation
- Constitutional retaliation
- Wage claims, including overtime and prevailing wage claims
- Class-action lawsuits
Put Our Knowledge And Experience To Work For You
Our lawyers will sit down with you to discuss what happened. We will go over everything with you to help you understand whether your employer acted against you and how that can impact your future. If you have a case, we will pursue compensation on your behalf or work to resolve the dispute with your employer. We will take your case all the way to trial if that's what it takes to succeed.
Call Us To Schedule Your Free, Confidential Phone Consultation
You can reach our office at 800-872-2334 or via email. Let us help you resolve your employment law issue.