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Stephanie Jane Hahn, Attorney at Law PC - Indianapolis, IN

3815 River Crossing Pkwy Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46240

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Updated: 02/12/2021

Indianapolis Employment Law - Employee Law Firm

Overview

Indianapolis Age Discrimination Attorney

When you have an unresolved employment law issue, you want an experienced attorney to protect your interests. You need a lawyer who fully understands the state and federal laws protecting employees and who has successfully helped other workers recover for improper activities by employers. We do more than just litigate your case -- we can help you obtain both economic and non-economic goals, perhaps avoiding litigation altogether. Contact an Indiana employ ...

About Stephanie Jane Hahn, Attorney at Law PC

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  • Employment Law - Employee

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3815 River Crossing Pkwy Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46240

Office Hours

Our office is Open from 9 A.M. Until 5 P.M., Monday through Friday

Fax

  • 317-816-7001

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