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Gibbons Legal Group- INDIANA EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS FOR UNPAID WAGES AND OTHER WORKPLACE DISPUTES

Gibbons Legal Group is an Indianapolis, Indiana employment law firm that represents employees. We have extensive experience litigating cases under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state wage and hour laws that require employers to pay overtime, minimum wages and other earned pay. Our employment law attorneys represent workers in individual, collective and class action lawsuits against companies who engage in wage theft and deny their employees the right to fair pay. In addition to overtime pay and minimum wage litigation, we handle claims involving commissions, severance, bonus pay, improper wage deductions and vacation pay.

Gibbons Legal Group also represents employees in other workplace disputes, including claims involving the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

Gibbons Legal Group has offices located in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend, and Lafayette. Gibbons Legal Group will also make arrangements to meet with employees who work and live in Evansville, New Albany, Richmond, Muncie, Bloomington, and others cities throughout Indiana.

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    Gibbons Legal Group is located in Indianapolis, Indiana and our lawyers represent employees throughout the United States.   If you believe you have been treated unlawfully at work, or you have questions about your employer’s pay practices, we are willing to discuss your situation confidentially and at no cost to you.

    Contact an Indiana employment law attorney at Gibbons Legal Group by calling 317-706-1100 or 866-706-9020 or through our Free Consultation form on this website.

  • Overtime & Unpaid Wages

    At Gibbons Legal Group, we know how hard you work for your paycheck. We have helped thousands of employees fight wage theft and collect unpaid wages from their employers. Our employment lawyers have the experience, resources and skill required to litigate wage and hour lawsuits. We can also help you understand how federal and state pay laws may apply to your situation, no matter what kind of compensation is at issue:

    • Overtime pay
    • Minimum wage
    • Unpaid wages
    • Vacation pay
    • Severance pay
    • Bonuses
    • Commissions
    • Wage Deductions

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  • Retaliation

    Federal and state laws protect employees from unlawful employment retaliation. Employees who protest or complain about sexual harassment, discrimination or other types of illegal employer activity may be entitled to protection from retaliation by your employer.

    If you have been fired, suspended, harassed, or demoted for reporting or complaining about illegal activities in your workplace, you might be able to take legal action. The Indiana employment retaliation law attorneys at Gibbons Legal Group, can help whistle-blowers understand their legal rights and provide aggressive legal representation against employer retaliation.

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  • Discrimination

    Federal and state laws protect employees from unlawful employment discrimination. At the Indiana employment law firm of Gibbons Legal Group, we have the experience and skill necessary to help employees who have been subjected to illegal discrimination in the workplace. Employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees based on any of these reasons:

    • Race
    • Sex
    • Age
    • Religion
    • Disability
    • Pregnancy

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  • FMLA

    Employees who need time off from work to care for themselves or a family member may be protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”). The Indianapolis, Indiana law firm of Gibbons Jones, P.C. can help you if your FMLA rights have been violated. The FMLA permits qualified employees to take up to 12 weeks of job-protected leave for their own medical needs or those of certain family members, such as a parent, child or spouse. FMLA leave may be taken in large blocks of time or intermittently, as needed. Employers are prohibited from interfering with an employees’ right to take FMLA leave and retaliating against employees who utilize the FMLA.

    Gibbons Legal Group has substantial experience litigating FMLA lawsuits. If you believe your FMLA rights have been violated, contact the Indianapolis FMLA attorneys at Gibbons Legal Group for a free, confidential evaluation of your case.

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  • Sexual Harassment

    Sexual harassment can take many forms. It can be inappropriate touching, sexual comments, requests for sex or wrongful termination or demotion if you deny a supervisor’s sexual advances.If you believe you have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, talk to us about your legal rights. At the Indiana sexual harassment law firm of Gibbons Legal Group, we can help victims of sexual harassment.

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  • Wrongful Discharge

    Federal and state employment laws, including state laws in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan, protect employees from wrongful discharge. These include laws that prohibit discrimination against an employee because of race, religion, national origin, disability or sex. They also include laws that prohibit retaliation for an employee’s refusal to participate in illegal behavior or for whistle blowing. Federal and state laws also prohibit retaliation for complaining about sexual harassment, unpaid overtime and unpaid minimum wages.

    If you believe you have been illegally fired from your job, contact the Indiana wrongful discharge law attorneys at Gibbons Legal Group for a free, confidential evaluation of your case.

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  • Employment Contracts

    Often, an employee does not discover the impact of an employment contract until after an employer accuses the employee of a contractual violation. At the Indiana law firm of Gibbons Legal Group, we are employment law attorneys who fight hard to protect the rights of employees in contract disputes. We can help you by providing representation in breach of contract actions. We have litigated a wide variety of employment contract matters, including non-compete, non-solicitation and trade-secret agreements.

    When your contract is the source of a dispute between you and your employer, talk to the experienced Indiana employment contract law attorneys at Gibbons Legal Group, about taking action.

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