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Fighting For Your Rights
When you need a litigation warrior to represent you in personal injury and wrongful death cases, in federal or state employment discrimination, in federal or state workers’ compensation, in Black Lung claims or in Social Security Disability, Joseph E. Allman is an experienced attorney you can trust to fight for your rights.
If you are looking for a trial lawyer to be on your side, this is the law firm to call.
If You Have Been Fired, You Better Call Allman
If you have been fired or discriminated against on the job, your legal rights may have been violated. Discrimination in employment interviews, promotions, and terminations may be against federal and Indiana state law. You are welcome to call us here at Allman Law LLC to discuss your individual situation and to find out what the law says about your rights.
If You Have Been Injured At Work, You Better Call Allman
If you were injured on the job, you also have legal rights. You may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation. If you filed a Workers’ Compensation claim that was denied, or if you have encountered any other problems with your claim, get in touch with us. You shouldn’t take “no” as the final answer. Talk to us, and you may be able to get the compensation that you need and deserve.
If You Have Been Injured By Someone’s Negligence or Defective Product, You Better Call Allman
If you or a loved one have been injured in an auto accident, been injured by a defective product, been injured because the store/restaurant failed to clean up that mess that you slipped in, or you have suffered mold exposure because your landlord’s property is full of mold, call Allman Law LLC to learn what your right are and to get the help you need to seek full compensation for your injuries.
Joseph E. Allman and his paralegal Tammy Petty have over 50 years combined experience helping Hoosiers with their personal injury claims in federal and state courts.