If a law has been violated in the process of your termination from employment, you may have grounds to pursue legal action. Though Texas is considered an at-will state, you may consider filing a wrongful termination legal claim if an employer broke a law when he or she fired you. If you are uncertain as to whether your employer has violated the law, a legal professional with experience in employment law will be able to help you determine that issue.
Kennard Law, P.C. is dedicated to helping workers who have been unjustly fired. If you have been discriminated against because of race, gender, or age, you may have cause to pursue legal action against your employer. If your employer fired you upon learning that you were pregnant, we are prepared to help you address those issues in court.
Some workers have reported violations of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, only to be wrongfully terminated for doing so. Others have been fired after being victims of sexual harassment. These incidents are types of retaliatory termination and constitute grounds for seeking legal redress.
Kennard Law P.C. is prepared to help you fight your case in court to get your job back and/or obtain monetary compensation. Our lead attorney is board-certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. You can call us toll-free or use the contact form conveniently located on our website to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced wrongful termination attorneys.