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Employer has their own Work Injury or Workers’ Compensation Plan but it is not Texas Workers’ Compensation. What are my rights?

Many employers do not purchase Texas Workers’ Compensation but do have their own health and injury plan. If that is true, you may be able …

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Can I get workers’ compensation benefits if I return to work or if I get another job?

This answer depends on the types of workers’ compensation payments you are getting. I always advise my clients to let the workers’ compensation carrier know …

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Employer does not have Workers’ Compensation. What are my rights?

Texas, unlike most states does not require an employer to have Workers’ Compensation. However if they do not have Workers’ Compensation you may be able …

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My employer has an arbitration agreement. What does that mean and can I still sue my employer?

Many employers require you to sign an arbitration agreement or have one in their employment manual. As a general rule these agreements require that if …

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I work on a Military Base can I still bring a claim?

If you work for a private contractor on a military base you still have rights to be free of discrimination. However there may be different …

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Once I am fired and looking for other employment, what should I put on my application or say why I left my last employment?

This is always a difficult question to answer. On the one hand you want to get re-employed as soon as possible, but if you say …

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