Cleveland Lehner Cassidy Attorneys at Law

Employment. Debt. Property. Rights.

Whether you are facing issues with your employer or coworkers, navigating problems with a landlord or tenants, dealing with debt collectors, or defending your rights against law enforcement – we can help.

At Cleveland Lehner Cassidy, we strive to make a positive impact in the lives of our clients. Our primary goal is to help our fellow Hoosiers by giving honest, straightforward advice with personalized attention. When you’re faced with a legal issue, you not only need an experienced lawyer, you need someone you can trust. That’s precisely what you get with CLC.

We’ve got your back.

Why Choose CLC Attorneys

Straight, honest advice.

When you have a legal issue, you need someone you can trust. We put our years of experience and expertise to work for our clients every day. Trust us to always keep your best interests in mind.

Whether we are litigating for you in federal court, advising you on a contract, or counseling you on debt related issues, we will listen to your story and craft a plan to achieve your individual goals. We understand that a legal strategy that works for one client might not work for another. We will develop a unique strategy for your case to help achieve results that work for you.

Updates from CLC

Requesting an Accommodation

Who qualifies for a Reasonable Accommodation? In order to be entitled to an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you must work for an employer with 15 or more employees (or a state or local government), you must be a person with a disability as defined in the ADA, and you must need … more »

Crossroads of the FMLA, the ADA, and Workers’ Compensation

Whether or not your job is protected when you are hurt on the job can be confusing.  If you get hurt on the job in Indiana, you very well may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.  Workers’ compensation is an accident insurance program paid by employers that provides employees who get hurt at work with … more »