Wrongful Termination

Houston Wrongful Termination Attorneys

Since Texas is an “at-will employment” state, employee dismissal can be a confusing legal area. Many wrongful termination claims may result. When the termination happens because of certain events, including an unlawful employment action, there may be a legitimate claim of wrongful termination filed against the employer.

Having handled numerous wrongful termination and other employment law cases, the Houston wrongful termination lawyers at Carter & Bachynsky, L.L.P., are experienced and aggressive advocates for employee rights. We represent wrongfully terminated individuals. Contact our law firm online today for more information or to schedule a consultation.

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Our firm can handle cases where the termination has already occurred or consult on cases where an individual may have already lodged a complaint and is in fear that his or her job is in jeopardy due to the complaint. Despite Texas being an “at-will employment” state, there are a number of state and federal statutory exceptions that prohibit the termination of an employee under certain circumstances. These include:

Employer retaliation may come in the form of the wrongful termination of an employee who is standing up for his or her rights, but is seen by the employer as causing trouble. At Carter & Bachynsky, L.L.P., we strive to ensure that your rights are preserved and that your employer is held responsible for any intentional wrongdoing.

In certain cases, we may represent an employer accused of wrongfully terminating an employee. Sometimes a disgruntled employee may react to a legitimate dismissal by claiming wrongful termination. We work to uncover the truth in these types of cases and in all of the employment law cases we handle.

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You do not have to sit by and do nothing if you believe you have been the victim of wrongful termination. Contact Carter & Bachynsky, L.L.P., online today to discuss your options with an attorney.