Wrongful Termination in Texas

Wrongful Termination in Texas

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I am not sure I have a claim for wrongful termination.

There is no charge to see Mr. Roger Davie. You may or may not have a claim but because there are very strict time limits in employment law you should see Mr. Roger Davie as soon as possi...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

I have not been fired yet, should I wait until I am fired to see you?

No, if you think you are going to be fired or not promoted or are being discriminated against you should see Mr. Roger Davie as soon as possible. Mr. Roger Davie may be able to give you ...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Should I sign my termination?

Wrongful Termination
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

What can I recover in a wrongful termination or work injury case?

No competent lawyer can give you a valuation of your claim until you meet with him personally and go over the facts and damages you have sustained. In fact, valuating a claim is never pr...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Loss Prevention is pressuring me to sign a statement.

In Mr. Roger Davie's experience from past cases, if you are accused of stealing from your employer loss prevention employees are very good at scaring you into signing a document that may...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Can I record my employer without their knowledge?

This depends on the state. Texas is what is known as a one party State. What that means is that as long as one party to the conversation knows it is being recorded then it is legal to re...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

I was denied unemployment benefits. Do I still have a claim for wrongful termination?

The denial of unemployment benefits does not usually end your wrongful termination claim. Likewise, the granting of unemployment benefits does not mean that you were wrongfully terminate...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Can I get unemployment benefits if start a new job?

As a general rule once you start working you cannot receive unemployment benefits. The best policy is to call unemployment and let them know about your situation. It is very dangerous to...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Does my employer have to take me back on light duty after an injury?

This is a question that will depend on the facts of your situation. There are several laws that interact that will affect this answer. Such issues as do you qualify for FMLA benefits? Do...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

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 that you were fired it might hurt your chances for the job....
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Will suing my ex-employer make it more difficult for me to find future employment?

This is a fear that many terminated employees are concerned about. My experience is that future employers rarely know that you have a claim. Also, your ex-employer may be much more conce...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Should I resign my job before I am fired?

You can still make a claim for wrongful termination even if you quit your job if you can prove that your job conditions were so bad that no reasonable person would stay and work. However...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Should I go to the EEOC before I come and see you?

No, you should come see me first so that I can advise you on your EEOC claim. The EEOC employees are very good at their jobs but you should always come and see me before you go to the EE...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

My employer wants me to sign a severance agreement or a release, what is the effect of doing that?

Never ever sign a severance agreement or a release until it has been reviewed by an employment lawyer. In most cases signing such an agreement can end your claims. These agreements can b...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

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 time limits that pertain to your claim. If you ...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

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 you have a claim you must go to a t...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

How do I sign up for Texas Unemployment Benefits?

First you should go to your computer and copy this link into your computer to get this basic information about how to get benefits: http://www.twc.state.tx.us/ui/bnfts/benefits-tutor...
Jul 25, 2019 Mr. Roger Davie min read

Retaliation—Proof of Causation—Discrimination in Promotion

Retaliation—Proof of Causation—Discrimination in Promotion—Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County v. Ridley, ___ S.W.3d ___, 2017 WL 3910160 (Tex. App.—Houston [1st Dist.] 2017)...
Jan 22, 2018 Mr. Roger Davie 2 min read

Roger Davie - Work Injury and Wrongful termination lawyer

If you are injured at work and claim is denied or delayed or you are subject to wrongful termination in El Paso, Texas what kind of lawyer do you need? Roger Davie represents fired and i...
Jul 03, 2016 Mr. Roger Davie 1 min read

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