Indianapolis Discrimination

Indianapolis Employment Discrimination Attorneys

Are You Suffering from Workplace Discrimination?– Call for an Evaluation

Each year, more than 90,000 charges of employment discrimination are filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Even more shocking, these numbers fail to take into account the countless victims of discrimination who are reluctant to come forward. Many fear losing their job or employer retaliation for reporting discrimination. Unfortunately, prejudice remains an everyday occurrence in numerous workplaces across the U.S. – and it may exist in yours.

At Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC, we have been fighting injustice in the workplace for over a decade. As dedicated employee rights advocates, we operate under the belief that no employee should tolerate unfairness, harassment, or inequity. If you have been the victim of employment discrimination, our experienced team can deliver the hard-hitting representation you deserve. We can help you hold responsible parties accountable for their illegal actions. 

Contact our attorneys today to obtain unwavering advocacy, every step of the way. Call Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC at (317) 537-9920.

Tenacious. Skilled. Persistent.

For over ten years, we have been recognized for our advocacy on behalf of employees throughout Indiana. We take pride in demanding equality, fairness, and justice in the workplace. No matter your profession, career, or industry, our Indianapolis employment discrimination lawyers understand how to protect your rights.

Our firm is comprised of heavy-hitting litigators who tirelessly pursue the best possible outcome for you. Because we are a smaller law firm, we can devote our time, energy, and resources to getting to know our clients. Our client-attorney relationships are built on mutual trust. You can feel confident that your claim is in the hands of a professional team.

Benefits of Working with Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC 

  • Be represented by award-winning lawyers.
  • Work with a team with more than 50 years of collective experience.
  • Stay informed of your rights and legal options from start to finish.
  • Retain a firm backed by satisfied client testimonials.
  • Get support from a leading law firm that takes an aggressive stand against injustice
  • Get advocacy by professionals who utilize creative strategies and compelling litigation tactics needed to obtain long-term results.

If you wish to speak with us in a confidential consultation, call (317) 537-9920now.

Workplace Harassment is Employee Discrimination – and Illegal

When offensive conduct is based on bias against a race, religion, sex, national origin, or age, it can be considered harassment. Harassment often leads to creating a hostile work environment for the victim. According to the EEOC, harassment, including sexual harassment, is a type of employment discrimination and a violation of federal law.

Discrimination may be perpetrated by a co-worker, supervisor, or client. No matter who the perpetrator was, employers can be held liable if they were aware of and failed to stop it.

We Protect Employees Against Discrimination

Freedom from workplace discrimination is a foundation of our society and the basis for numerous forms of legislation.

Federal laws are all in place to safeguard an employee's right to an equitable workplace. These discrimination laws include the following:

  • Equal Pay Act
  • Civil Rights Act
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
  • Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA)
  • American with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The Indiana Civil Rights Commission (ICRC) enforces these rights on the state level.

As staunch defenders of employee rights, we challenge many forms of workplace discrimination, such as the following:

  • Disability
  • Age
  • Citizenship status
  • Ancestry
  • Race
  • National origin
  • Religious
  • Gender
  • Pregnancy
  • Sexual Orientation

Regardless of the type of discrimination, any violation of fair labor practices is punishable by law. Employers who engage in such practices deserve to be prosecuted both to prevent re-occurrence and to compensate their victims.

We Can Review Your Discrimination Case. Call (317) 537-9920 Today!

If you are a victim of workplace discrimination, you may be fearful of retribution for filing a lawsuit against your employer. However, it is against federal law to retaliate against an employee in any way, shape, or form. This includes firing the employee, which would be wrongful termination.

If you are a victim of employer retaliation, we can deliver the swift, formidable representation you need to assert your rights. You have a right to equitable treatment in the workplace. Work with our legal team today.

Call our firm today to schedule a private case evaluation! Contact Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC at (317) 537-9920now. 

Commonly Asked Questions

What should I do if I experience employment discrimination?

If you experience employment discrimination, it is important to document the incidents and gather any evidence that supports your claim. You should report the discrimination to your employer or human resources department, and if necessary, file a complaint with the appropriate government agency, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). It is also advisable to consult with an experienced employment discrimination attorney to understand your rights and explore legal options.

How can an employment discrimination attorney help me?

An employment discrimination attorney can help you understand your rights, gather evidence, navigate the legal process, and advocate for your interests. They can assist you in filing a complaint with the appropriate government agency, negotiate with your employer for a resolution, or represent you in court if necessary. They will work to protect your rights and seek justice for the discrimination you have experienced.

What damages can I recover in an employment discrimination case?

In an employment discrimination case, you may be able to recover various types of damages, including back pay, front pay, compensatory damages for emotional distress, punitive damages (in cases of intentional discrimination), attorney's fees, and court costs. The specific damages available will depend on the circumstances of your case and the applicable laws.

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  • Proactive approach that is thorough, professional, and prepared with extreme care
  • Proven track record of successful cases inside and outside of court
  • Results-oriented litigation that produces meaningful results
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