Employment / Work Injury Attorneys
Board Certified Employment Lawyer practicing in Texas and New Mexico for over 35 years.
No Recovery, No Fee! Protect your legal rights. If you have an employment / discrimination problem don't just see any employment lawyer, see a Texas Board Cerfitified Employment Lawyer.
Within the Texas legal community, Board Certification means Roger Davie has substantial, relevant experience in Employment law as well as has demonstrated, and tested, special competence in that area of law.
If you have been wrongfully terminated or injured on the job you deserve to have a lawyer who is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization representing you in your claim. There are over 91,000 lawyers in Texas yet only 653 are Board Certified in Employment Law by the State Bar. You deserve a Board Certified Employment Lawyer like Mr. Davie for your wrongful termination claim or work injury claim. The odds are high that if you file a claim for wrongful termination or work injury or death, the lawyer defending the Employer will be Board Certified. You should have a lawyer on your side who is Board Certified as well.
We only take cases on a contingency so there is never a charge unless we receive a recovery for you.
John P. Valdez
Attorney at Law representing employees in work injury and wrongful termination cases.
Mr. Valdez is a native of El Paso, Texas. He is licensed to practice law in Texas and New Mexico. He represents employees who have been wrongfully terminated and/or suffer severe work injuries. These include claims for wrongful termination/discrimination because of race, sex, religion, national origin, sexual harassment, workers’ compensation, and work injuries.
Texas' board certified work injury, wrongful termination, and employment lawyer
Why Board Certified Attorney?
A Distinguished Few
There are more than 70,000 attorneys licensed to practice in Texas. Only 7,000 are Board Certified.
Board Certified lawyers earn the right to publicly represent themselves as a specialist in a select area of the law. In fact, they are the only attorneys allowed by the State Bar of Texas to do so. This designation sets them apart as being an attorney with the highest, public commitment to excellence in their area of law.
The process is voluntary and can only take place after an attorney has been in practice for five years, with a minimum of three years experience in the specialty area.
Moreover, Board Certification is not a one-time event. It requires an ongoing involvment in the specialty area which is peeriodically substantiated with references from peers in that field. It also requires annual professional refreshment through TBLS approved, continuing legal education course work to stay abreast of current trends in law.
Mark of Excellence
Board Certification is a mark of excellence and a distinguishing accomplishment.
Within the Texas legal community, Board Certification means an attorney has substantial, relevant experience in a select field of law as well as demonstrated, and tested, special competence in that area of law.
Easy To Find
Few Texas attorneys have answered the challenge laid down 36 years ago by the Supreme Court of Texas and the State Bar of Texas to “…serve the public interest and advance the standards of the legal profession.”
Roger Davie is one of the few Board Certified Employment Lawyers representing Wrongful Termination, Workers’ Compensation, Work related injury cases and Employment Law for Employees in the El Paso area.
Have you been Wrongfully Terminated or Discriminated? Do you want to discuss Employment Law, a Work Injury or a Compensation issue? Contact me now!
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