Cleveland Lehner Cassidy Attorneys at Law

Client focused, results driven.

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 and personalized attention. When you’re faced with a legal issue, you not only need a competent and experienced lawyer, you need someone you can trust. That’s precisely what you get with CLC. 

We’ve got your back.

Let’s talk about how we can help:

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Discrimination

Have you experienced discrimination or harassment because of your race, disability or gender? Are you being treated differently at work because you have an accent or because of the religion you practice?  Don’t fear retaliation for standing up for yourself in the face of discrimination. We have years of experience fighting for equal rights for our clients, and want to do the same for you. 
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Employment Law

Trouble at work? Need a lawyer to review your non-compete contract or severance package? Our team has a wealth of experience helping Indiana employees and executives alike navigate the legal hurdles of confidentiality agreements, wage and hour laws, FMLA rights, and other critical employment issues.

Whether you wear a blue or a white collar, the attorneys at Cleveland Lehner Cassidy can help you protect your livelihood and your legal rights.
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Debtor and Creditor Law

As a consumer, it’s important to know your legal rights when it comes to fair debt collection. Retaining an experienced lawyer can potentially save you thousands of dollars compared to fighting the battle on your own, so contact Cleveland Lehner Cassidy today for a free consultation. We’ll evaluate your case and help develop the best strategy for you.
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Landlord/Tenant Law

Tap our team’s extensive knowledge about landlord-tenant laws, including evictions and lease negotiations. Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, we’ll work with you to achieve optimal results.
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Social Security/Veteran’s Rights

Filing a claim for Social Security Disability Income, Supplemental Security Income or Veterans’ disability benefits – or planning to appeal a denied claim? It can be a lengthy and confusing process, when you’re already taxed by your disability, so let us help. Our attorneys have experience navigating through the claims and appeal process and we’ll work to get the most out of your disability benefits.
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General Litigation/Counsel

Cleveland Lehner Cassidy is a full service law firm.  We have experience counseling and representing clients in wide variety of civil matters.

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.

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Court Rules Employers Cannot Discriminate Based on Sexual Orientation

In a historic decision, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that employers cannot discriminate against their employees based on sexual orientation.  In an 8-3 decision, the Court ruled that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation constitutes discrimination on the basis of sex, which violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  … more »

TENANT’S RIGHTS IN TERMINATING THE TENANCY

  There are several statutes that have been enacted which grant Tenants certain rights with regards to their tenancy and the right to terminate a lease.   These statutes include, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, Indiana Code 32-31-9-12 which protects tenants who are subject to domestic violence, and Indiana Code 32-31-8-6 which protects tenants from premises … more »