Do you think you were fired without cause?
If you were recently fired and are questioning the legality of your termination, the attorneys at Jackson Spencer can help you.
Texas is an employment-at-will state. That generally means an employer can terminate an employee for any reason at any time. For example, employers can fire employees who have personality disputes with a manager or who refuse to relocate or accept a different position. However, sometimes a seemingly lawful reason for termination may be a cover-up for an illegal or wrongful termination.
Do You Have A Case for a Wrongful Termination or Retaliation Lawsuit?
In Texas, you can’t be fired or laid off due to:
- Your race, age, gender, national origin, pregnancy, disability or religion. Read more about wrongful termination because of discrimination.
- Refusing to engage in an unlawful act
- Reporting your employer to the authorities for unlawful behavior. Read more about Whistleblower claims
- Your use of medical insurance or retirement savings programs
- Taking medical leave to care for yourself or a loved one. Read more about protections for taking medical or family leave.
- Complaining about discrimination or unlawful retaliation to your employer to the EEOC or a state agency. Read more about unlawful retaliation.
- Joining a union or attempted to form one.
- Joining or being deployed in the military.
- To keep you from vesting in retirement benefits, pension eligibility or stock options.
Contact Us to Have Your Case Reviewed
The lawyers at Jackson Spencer will treat you with respect while aggressively pursuing your case.
We’re standing by to hear about your case:
Fighting for Employees in Texas
Experienced. Knowledgable. Caring.
The attorneys at Jackson Spencer Law are here for you. We know the law — and we know the rights and protections that employers owe to their workers. Whether it’s negotiating a severance package or a settlement with an employer, navigating the complexities of a whistleblower case, or taking a discrimination lawsuit to court — let our Texas legal team go to work for you.
An experienced trial lawyer and CPA known for her aggressive, organized, and highly effective litigation style, Jennifer Spencer is a champion for the rights of those who have been wrongfully terminated, discriminated against, sexually harassed, terminated after whistleblowing, passed over for promotions or otherwise wrongfully treated in the workplace.
Neal Bridges approaches every employment matter with the understanding that he’s not only delivering justice for his clients, but also peace of mind and hope for the future. He is experienced in a wide array of employment law situations, from negotiating severance agreements to representing clients in litigation over wrongful termination, workplace discrimination, or retaliation.
James Hunnicutt’s entire professional history has been focused on advocating for those who have been taken advantage of and treated unfairly. He draws on his background as a consumer protection lawyer to advocate for employees who have been treated unfairly in the workplace, and he works aggressively and thoroughly to vindicate employees’ rights.
Contact Us To See If We Can Help
The attorneys at Jackson Spencer Law have in-depth experience in representing employees who are in disputes with their employers. How can we help you?
Discrimination is a big problem, and it’s not going away. If you can claim a protected status, you may have a case. Read more
Your employer can’t punish you for engaging in a legally protected activity. Know your rights. Read more
Sexual Harassment Claims
A glance at today’s headlines tells you harassment is a huge issue. Let’s talk about what you’re experiencing. Read more
What can you do if you learn of illegal activity at work? Plenty. Learn about your rights — and possible rewards. Read more
If you were offered a package, was it fair? If not, we’ll help you fight for what you deserve. Read more
Overtime and Back Pay
Not all employees are eligible for overtime — but many are. We’ll help determine what you’re owed. Read more
Contracts and Employee Handbooks
Are you an employer? Handbooks and codes of conduct aren’t required, but they’re always a good idea. Let’s make sure you’re covered. Read more