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Wrongful Discharge Attorneys in Indianapolis, Indiana

What Is Wrongful Discharge or Termination?

The law protects you against wrongful discharge or termination from your job. This means that your employer cannot fire you for an illegal reason. These may include discrimination, retaliation or a breach of contract. You also cannot be terminated on the basis of your race, skin color, religion, gender and other protected classifications. If you feel your rights have been violated, call us today.

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Being Fired Does Not Mean Your Right Is Violated

Unless you live in Montana, your employment is most likely considered at will. In other words, your employer can fire you at any time for nearly any reason, with or without notice. Although this may feel like your right has been violated, you do not have a legal basis to object. You must be able to prove that your termination resulted from racism, sexism, retaliation, or another illegal motivation.

Have You Been Wrongfully Fired?

When you lose a job unexpectedly, it is important to determine whether or not you have been wrongfully terminated. In addition to the reasons stated above, you should think about whether your employer has violated a contract, verbal or written, with you.

Also, are you a whistleblower and your employer is retaliating against you? Were you fired because you would not perform illegal acts? Were you fired because you asserted a legal right like requesting job-protected time off? Did your employer follow their proper termination procedures?

If your answer to any of these questions leads you to believe that your rights have been violated, contact the Employment Law Office of John H. Haskin & Associates, LLC today to schedule a free initial consultation. Your peace of mind is worth getting professional advice.

Your Fair Compensation

When we successfully prove that you have been wrongfully discharged, there are many ways you may be compensated. You may be eligible for back pay, lost wages, promotion, reinstatement, punitive damages and more. Our team will help you navigate the legal system to best represent your rights. Moreover, you can trust our advice and experience to get the best results possible.