Is Your Employee Claiming Mistreatment?
Employees frequently attempt to thrust their employers into lawsuits by claiming a violation of their workplace rights. Some will claim failure to compensate for all the hours they work have worked, although overtime was never approved or being fired for a discriminatory reason when they were fired for continuously poor job performance. Facing a complaint from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) on your own can seem overwhelming.
Without guidance from a knowledgeable employment law attorney, you may not be able to defend your rights as an employer successfully. When you need robust and steadfast representation, turn to the team at Carrier Law Group Our attorneys can answer your questions and provide the road map you need to get through myriad employee-related challenges. We understand how frustrating and difficult it can be to stand up to a disgruntled employee on your own.
Work With A Board-Certified Labor And Employment Law Specialist
State and federal legislation, statutes, and case law protect employees’ rights. These regulations and laws cover wages and hours of work, overtime pay, right to work regarding union positions, whistleblower actions, retaliation, wrongful termination and many other areas. Employees also have a right to work in an environment free of harassment, violence and discrimination.
When an employee is alleging their rights are not being respected, you need a stalwart defender well-versed in employment law. At Carrier Law Group, our board-certified employment law attorney has successfully handled hundreds of workplace-related cases.
Attorney Melody Carrier (formerly Melody Chappell) is a board-certified labor and employment law specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This means she has extensive labor and employment law experience and continually upholds rigorous standards set by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Carrier Law Group provides premier legal representation for employers contending with issues in the workplace such as:
- Discrimination based on race, color, age (over 40), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, national origin
- Wage violations
- Denial of leave
Additionally, Texas law has anti-discrimination provisions that protect employees against discrimination based on their workers’ compensation claim history.
There are limits, such as some protections only applying to employers with 15 or more employees. This is why having a skilled attorney on your side can bolster your chances of receiving the justice you deserve.
Choose Representation You Can Trust
Whether you are an employer or an employee, let our team help secure the best possible outcome in your employment law matter. We thoroughly investigate your claim to represent you aggressively before administrative tribunals and in court. We remain in close communication with you throughout the process, responding to your concerns within 24 hours. Please contact us online or call 409-877-7895 to discuss your work-related case and to receive legal assistance.