Dallas Employment Law Attorneys, DuBose Law Firm
If you’re wrongfully terminated, we can provide assistance
Texas is an at-will state, meaning that, in the absence of an employment contract, an employer can terminate its employees for little or no reason. Likewise, employees can also quit their jobs for little or no reason as well. An employer, however, cannot terminate employees on the basis of race, religion, sex or age, or in retaliation for an employee’s refusal to commit a criminal act or for the reason that an employee filed a discrimination claim.
Determining whether being fired constitutes a wrongful termination can be a complex legal question. Your employer may have a team of lawyers protecting his or her interests. You deserve to have experienced attorneys protecting you. If you believe that your employer has treated you unfairly, call the DuBose Law Firm for a cost-free evaluation.
What is wrongful termination in Texas?
Although Texas is a strong at-will employment state, employers still cannot violate your rights. They must still abide by both state and federal labor laws.
Many wrongful termination cases involve discrimination on the basis of race, gender, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, age, religion, disability or military status. Other wrongful termination cases involve employees on medical leave, employees who have medical restrictions, employees on maternity leave, employees deployed for military service or serving in the Guard or reserve, retaliation against employees who filed a complaint against the employer and retaliation against employees who filed for workers’ compensation.
Protect your rights
Contact the DuBose Law Firm if you think that you have been wrongfully terminated. The DuBose Law Firm has a proven track record of getting justice for workers and has represented numerous individuals in state and federal courts. If you believe that your employer has treated you unfairly, call the DuBose Law Firm for a cost-free evaluation.
Employers typically have lawyer defending their decisions and protecting their interests. You need a proven fighter in your corner. You deserve to have experienced attorneys protecting you. If you believe that your employer has treated you unfairly, call the DuBose Law Firm for a cost-free evaluation. The attorneys at DuBose Law Firm work on a contingency basis, which means that you will not pay legal fees unless you are compensated.
Our attorneys can help to quickly solve problems with your employer or former employer so that you can return to work. Many employment laws have time limitations, so if you think you may have a claim, it is important to act now that protect your interests. If you believe you have a wrongful termination claim to make against your employer, contact DuBose Law Firm.