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Our careers mean more to us than simply providing an income – they give us the ability to support ourselves and our families while simultaneously using our talents and skills to make the world a better place. Our jobs can even give us great self-fulfillment and personal enjoyment. Therefore, if you have been wrongfully terminated, I understand that you will be feeling devastated and anxious about what to do. Losing your job in any circumstance is bad enough, but the injustice of being wrongfully terminated is that you are suddenly stripped of your career without any rightful cause.

Fortunately, I am a Tyler wrongful termination attorney who is determined to stand by your side. The Hommel Law Firm can demonstrate that if your employer fired you in a manner that violated state and federal labor laws, you deserve monetary compensation for all the trials you have been forced to endure.

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At-Will Termination

Here in the state of Texas, employers all generally offer “at-will” positions. What this means is that an employee can be terminated from any job and any position for no reason at all. This also means that an employee can leave their job without giving any explanation to their employers as well. The problem is that employers sometimes abuse this law, trying to cover their real reasons for termination. This creates a situation of wrongful termination.

Contact the firm now at (903) 412-3788 to learn more how you can get justice with the aid of a dedicated employment law attorney.

Types of Wrongful Termination in Texas

When employers discriminate against employees and wrongfully misuse the “at-will” clause, their employees could be entitled to compensation.

There are four primary sources of wrongful termination or dismissal in the state of Texas:

  • Discrimination – Federal rules have established that there are certain classes which are protected and cannot be considered in terms of hiring, employing, or terminating someone. These federally safeguarded classes include religion, age, gender, and ethnicity.
  • Harassment – If you have been harassed, whether sexually or otherwise, you are legally protected from being terminated. Even if you have technically self-resigned as opposed to being actually terminated, you can still seek justice because you were pressured to quit on account of facing prolonged harassment.
  • Retaliation – Perhaps you have noticed a violation or example of illegal activity conducted by your supervisors or colleagues. If you reported this problem and then were terminated, or even were forced to lose benefits or promotions, this is an example of retaliation. I can help prove that you have suffered unjust retaliation.

How We Can Help

When you have the Hommel Law Firm at your side, you can count on me to offer my full services to defend your rights. We can obtain crucial documents and papers needed to file your claim, while carefully investigating all the circumstances. As a Tyler wrongful termination lawyer, I can also act as a liaison between you and your employer, settling challenges and negotiating offers for you.

Call me today at (903) 412-3788 or contact the firm online so that I can get started on repairing the injustice you have suffered.

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