Texas is a challenging state for employees. Practicing employment law in Texas is different than other states because of our conservative background, our lack of unions, and conservative judicial environment. Nevertheless, employees in Texas often face discrimination or retaliation in the workplace. Making sure that employees understand their rights is the purpose of the Texas Employment Lawyer Blog.
The Texas Employment Lawyer blog is run and managed by Texas Employment Attorneys, and serves as a resource for employees with the goal of protecting the rights of individuals facing discrimination and unfair employment practices in the state of Texas. If you need someone to give you a voice, we also provide consultations to assist in your employment issue.
Employment law is a complex practice area, and the attorneys who operate The Texas Employment Lawyer blog focused their practice on employment law for over 20 years. In addition, 99 percent of their clients are employees, not employers, which means that they have the experience you need on your side to fight companies large and small, as well as unfair practices.
If you are dealing with discrimination, feeling unfairly compensated or suffering financially because of the denial of benefits to which you believe you are entitled, our attorneys can help. If your employer refuses to grant family or medical leave or if you fear retaliation for whistleblowing, we can also help you. To take the first step toward feeling more secure in your position, schedule your initial consultation today in either Austin or Houston.
We represent employees across the state of Texas. If you are interested in an initial consultation, please contact one of our offices.
Austin Office (Including: Travis County, Georgetown, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Buda, San Marcos, Bastrop County, Elgin, San Antonio, Bexar County, Boerne, Fredericksburg, Alamo Heights, New Braunfels, Schertz, Castle Hills, and Universal City)
Phone: (512) 271-5527
Houston Office (Harris County including Baytown, Bellaire, Channelview, Cypress, Houston, Humble, Katy, Kingwood, Pasadena, Spring, and The Woodlands; Brazoria County including Pearland; Fort Bend County including Missouri City, Richmond, and Sugar Land; Galveston County including Friendswood, Galveston, and League City.)
Phone: (713) 337 -1333