Was Your Termination Lawful?

Texas is an at-will employment state. This means that, at any time, an employer can decide to end an employment relationship. In some cases, however, the grounds of your termination may be illegal.

At The Law Offices of Miller & Bicklein, P.C., we represent employees across Texas after a wrongful or illegal termination. With a combined 60 years of experience between our attorneys, we will thoroughly investigate what led to your termination as well as the conduct of your employer.

The Grounds Of Proving A Wrongful Or Illegal Termination

Employees terminated with little notice or without cause may question the reasoning behind their termination. Due to Texas’s at-will employment laws, grounds for wrongful termination must include illegal conduct or actions. Examples include terminating an employee due to:

  • The employee’s status in a protected class, including based on race, gender, disability and more
  • The employee’s complaint to a regulatory agency or to a manager on workplace conduct
  • The employee’s complaints of sexual harassment or a hostile work environment
  • The employee’s request for unpaid wages or overtime pay to be paid
  • The employee’s filing of a workers’ compensation claim after a workplace injury

If you suspect that the grounds of your termination were illegal, we can assist by investigating your claim. Throughout this time, we will also advise you on how to proceed, including by refraining from acting out against the employer or engaging in any intimidating practices they may employ.

The Advantage We Provide

A successful wrongful termination claim may entitle you to damages, unemployment compensation and more. As trial attorneys, we can provide a distinct advantage by preparing your case for the possibility of a courtroom dispute. We will continually pursue your best interests, including by negotiating a settlement when possible. Whether your case can reach a resolution through an internal process, negotiations or litigation, we will diligently and strategically represent you.

Discuss Your Case With An Experienced Lawyer

Experiencing a wrongful termination can leave you feeling uncertain about your professional and financial future. You need an experienced legal advocate on your side. Schedule a free, no-risk obligation with us in San Antonio, Lubbock, Odessa or Abilene. Call us toll-free at 866-609-3852 or send us an email.

We only collect attorney fees if we are able to recover compensation for you, so there is no risk in protecting your rights and securing representation from our experienced lawyers.

Contact us for a risk-free initial consultation.