If something that happened at work is making you wonder if you could sue your boss, there’s always a possibility that a violation of your employment rights took place. Of course, this won’t always be the case, which makes it difficult to know whether or not you should spend time talking to a lawyer.
I understand this can be a problem for many potential clients. To alleviate some of the pressure of not knowing what to do, I have provided a questionnaire to submit your case to help determine whether or not you may have a valid claim.
Take some time to fill out and submit the questionnaire, risk-free, so that someone from the firm can be in touch to discuss your claim in greater detail.
Over 100 Cases Taken to Jury Trial
The Hommel Law Firm's results speaks for themselves. If you have a case, Mr. Hommel will take it to trial.
Exclusively Representing Employees
Because the Hommel Law Firm believes in seeking justice for those who have been treated unfairly in the workplace, Mr. Hommel only fights for employees, not the employers.
Over 30 Years of Experience
With over 30 years of experience, Bill Hommel is prepared to listen to you and will not hesitate to take your case to trial to get the results you deserve.
Board Certified Attorney
Attorney Bill Hommel is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law, Labor and Employment Law, and Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Only about 3% of attorneys in the area are Board Certified Trial Attorneys.