It’s Your Job. Defend Your Rights.
Employees in Texas have a wide range of rights intended to protect them from mistreatment. Unfortunately, we still see serious workplace legal issues emerging every day. At Andrew Dunlap Attorneys, PLLC, we hold a strong belief that everyone deserves a job with fair treatment, safe workplaces and the equal opportunity to do a job they are qualified for.
We have over 40 years of experience helping uphold the rights of employees like you in both state and federal courts. Our team at Andrew Dunlap Attorneys, PLLC, focuses on handling cases for employees at a company with more than 50 employees. We also have a strong background in pursuing cases brought against Fortune 500 companies.
We have successfully represented cases involving:
- Discrimination at work
- Sexual harassment or abuse
- FMLA violations and retaliation
- Union grievance and complaints
- Unfair termination
- Unpaid wages and wage claims
- Hostile work environments
- Other labor or employment law issues
When you suspect the standards of your workplace or another employee are against the law, do not hesitate to reach out. We can help you explore your options, and give you the guidance you need to make an informed decision and choose the right next steps for you.
Do You Qualify For An Employment Law Case?
Our firm will never shy away from a case. The best way to know if your situation qualifies for a lawsuit is to schedule a free consultation with our lead lawyer. To have rights under Texas law, you must meet the following requirements:
- Be employed by the company in question
- The company must have more than 15 employees
- You must be a full- or part-time employee
- Temporary workers must work for an employment agency
Our firm is unable to represent the contract of freelance workers as they do not qualify for the same rights.
Begin Your Case Today With A Free Consultation
It’s never too early to discuss your legal concerns with an attorney. Call our Irving, Texas, office at 972-807-0140 for information about how we can protect your rights or use our quick online form. Your initial consultation is available at no cost to you.