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If You’ve Been Wrongfully Terminated, You Have Rights

Indiana is an “employment-at-will” state, which means employers have the right to terminate their employees at any time for any reason. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. Employers in Indiana cannot terminate their employees for reasons that are prohibited by state or federal laws. This is known as wrongful termination, and it is illegal.

If you have been wrongfully dismissed, contact the wrongful termination attorneys at Beeman Heifner Benge as soon as possible. You are entitled to compensation for this violation of your workplace rights, and our attorneys will work tirelessly to secure it for you.

Understanding What Qualifies As A Wrongful Termination

The laws regarding wrongful termination in Indiana are complex, so it can be difficult for employees to determine whether or not their termination is illegal. There are several different types of wrongful termination claims in Anderson. Most wrongful termination claims involve discrimination. It is illegal to terminate an employee solely because of their:

  • Race
  • Color
  • Gender
  • Religion
  • Disability
  • National origin
  • Age

Employers are also prohibited from retaliating against employees for their decision to report misconduct. If you are fired for this reason, it is considered wrongful termination. The statute of limitations on wrongful termination claims can vary depending on the nature of the claim, but it is important to act sooner rather than later.

Because these cases are so hard to prove, it’s important to seek help from an experienced attorney. We will conduct a thorough investigation to gather evidence that is needed to prove wrongful termination. This may include interviewing co-workers and reviewing personnel files to find circumstantial evidence that proves the termination was illegal.

Discuss Your Case With Our Wrongful Termination Lawyers Today

Our firm will work tirelessly to hold your employer accountable and recover the compensation you deserve for your wrongful termination. Schedule a consultation regarding your case by calling our law firm at 765-234-1783 or by filling out the form on this website.