One way that many employment disputes are addressed is through the arbitration process. In arbitration, a neutral third party acts as a judge and issues a decision that the employer and employee must abide by. The only thing that separates an arbitration hearing from a federal court hearing is the absence of a jury.
For many employees, going through the arbitration process is mandatory to settle a dispute such as using FMLA leave, claims of discrimination or employer retaliation claims. If you are facing an arbitration hearing, contact the Employment Law Office of John H. Haskin & Associates, LLC. Our attorneys have a long record of successfully representing employees in these types of hearings.
We Understand The Employment Arbitration Process
With decades of employment law litigation experience, we have helped thousands of workers in Indianapolis and throughout Indiana settle their disputes, including through the arbitration process.
In arbitration, you may still be entitled to receive financial compensation if the arbitrator rules in your favor, just as if your case went to trial. An advantage of arbitration is that the process moves a lot faster.
An additional advantage of being our client is that we have a deep understanding of how the arbitration process works. We have worked extensively on several of these cases and are familiar with what arbitrators look for. Having our attorneys on your side can increase your chances of a successful outcome.
Call Our Lawyers Today To Further Discuss The Arbitration Process
If you must go through the arbitration process to settle an employment dispute, few attorneys in Indiana are better qualified to represent you than ours at Employment Law Office of John H. Haskin. Contact us online or call our office at 317-643-5777 for a free telephone consultation, where we will take the time to answer all of your questions.