John Haskin is an Indiana Severance Lawyer and assists clients with the review and negotiation of severance packages throughout Indiana. Mr. Haskin services all cities and towns in Indiana and founded the largest employment law firm in the State of Indiana. Mr. Haskin is located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.
It is important to have an Indiana Severance Lawyer review your severance package. You will be waiving all claims that you may have against the company in return for you signing the severance agreement and receiving the severance pay. Mr. Haskin and his team of lawyers will advise you on each of the sections of your severance package, advise you regarding the sections that need to be modified or changed, and inform you of additional sections that should be added to the severance agreement. This is why it is crucial to hire an experienced severance lawyer because some attorneys who do not specialize in this field will not be able to provide you with the same type of insight into the severance agreement and your rights.
Mr. Haskin can also take over the negotiation of your severance package and deal with your former employer directly. This typically starts out with the draft of a letter to the company wherein the severance agreement is thoroughly dissected and commented on by Mr. Haskin. He will then negotiate with the employer to try and improve the amount of severance being offered, the amount of COBRA benefits and all other areas that will help you with your job transition.
Please contact us if you are in need of an Indiana Severance Lawyer so that we can advise you on your rights under the severance agreement. It can be a very difficult and scary time to lose your job and be faced with unemployment. However, that does not mean that you should just sign the agreement and accept the severance pay being offered. You will have time to reflect on the severance agreement and a typical severance agreement will instruct you to meet with an attorney. Accordingly, please contact us so that we can begin working on your Indiana Severance Agreement.