Attorneys Protecting Your Rights As An Employee
When we enter the workforce, we know we are at a disadvantage. Employers seem to have all the power and control, and many people are afraid to bring a claim against their employers for fear of losing their jobs. Many dedicate themselves to their work, only to be let go for unlawful discriminatory or retaliatory reasons. If this has happened to you, then you need a lawyer who will fight to protect your rights and your career.
At Myers Smith Wallace, we have more than 50 combined years of experience amongst our lawyers. We handle many types of employment law matters in Fort Wayne and throughout Indiana. Our attorneys bring extensive employment law knowledge and a fierce commitment to giving our clients the best representation possible. We are here to help you.
Cases We Handle
- Employment Discrimination: We fight aggressively against all forms of discrimination in the workplace. If you have been discriminated against as a result of your sex, age, disability, race, national origin, religion, or other unlawful reasons, we can help.
- Sexual Harassment: No one should have to experience sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment can come in the form of a hostile work environment or a quid pro quo offer for workplace benefits in exchange for sexual favors. Whatever form it takes, sexual harassment in the workplace is always illegal.
- Retaliation: Employees should not be fired simply for requesting or using FMLA or Worker’s Compensation benefits, or for objection to unlawful conduct in the workplace.
- Wage and Hour Disputes: Employees are entitled to be paid for the work they perform. We will fight for your wages or workers compensation benefits if they have been wrongfully withheld.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in the areas of employment discrimination, retaliation, and wage claims, and will fight for you when your rights are violated.
Contact Our Lawyers In Indiana
If you think you have been victimized by unlawful discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or other violations of your rights as an employee, let us know. Talk with an attorney from Myers Smith Wallace to learn how we can help you. Call us at 260-264-4914 or fill out our online contact form to schedule your consultation.