While Texas courts have embraced the “employment at will” doctrine, meaning that an employer can discharge an employee for almost any reason, employers are prohibited by law from discriminating against or discharging an employee on the basis of race, sex, age, or certain disabilities.  The law also prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for taking certain lawful actions, such as filing a workers’ compensation claim or reporting illegal activity.  If you have been discharged or discriminated against by an employer for any of these reasons, you should consult with an attorney to determine whether you have a claim.

Workplace injuries

Many employers in Texas subscribe to the Texas Workers’ Compensation plan, which provides benefits to employees injured on the job.  However, there are still thousands of employers in Texas who do not provide Workers’ Compensation benefits to their employees.  If you have been injured on the job and your employer does not provide Workers’ Compensation benefits, you may still be entitled to recover for your injuries.  We have assisted clients in obtaining recoveries for injuries they sustained while employed by

non-subscribing employers.

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  1. Wrongful Dismissal

  2. Discrimination/Retaliation

  3. Harassment

  4. Workplace Injuries

  5. Workers Comp

  6. Overtime Disputes

  7. Contract Disputes

  8. Benefit Disputes

  9. Pension and Stock Disputes

  10. Partnership Disputes