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Texas and many other states are “at will” employment states by law, which means an employer has the right to terminate your employment for any reason. However, you may have rights which can be enforced under other employment discrimination laws, and your employer may have violated your rights. The Potts Law Firm is prepared to fight for your employment rights.
The Potts Law Firm attorneys represent clients through all stages of litigation of employment claims. Our attorneys are dedicated to ensuring fair treatment across all professions and at all employment levels. As advocates for labor fairness, our goal is to protect your rights against injustice in the workplace. If you believe you were wrongfully terminated by your employer, contact The Potts Law Firm today to discuss your rights and to schedule your free consultation.
Legal remedies may be made for the following wrongful termination damages:
- Lost wages and benefits
- Future wage loss and future benefit loss
- Compensatory damages
- Emotional harm damages
- Punitive damages
- Attorney’s fees and costs
- Termination decisions based on race, color, religion, sex(including pregnancy), national origin, disability, age (40 or older) or genetic information (including family medical history).
- Termination based on an employee’s decision to report discrimination, participate in a discrimination investigation or lawsuit, or oppose discrimination (for example, threatening to file a discrimination complaint).
- Termination inconsistent with the employer’s own discipline policy, where there is no justification for treating the employee differently.
Texas is an “at will” employment state, which means an employer may fire you for any reason. “At will” employment can make it very difficult to pursue a wrongful termination case. Employers can easily cover their true reasons for firing an individual with false reasons that would keep them out of trouble. It is important that you speak with someone who is knowledgeable in wrongful termination law if you suspect you were wrongfully terminated.