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Wrongful Termination Attorney in Pearland

Holding Employers Responsible for Unlawful Discharge

Although Texas is an at-will state, when you take a job, you may expect that you will remain employed under reasonable circumstances. Whether you have a specific contract or you have simply been fired unexpectedly, you may feel that you have no recourse.

At Smith Reed & Armstrong, PLLC, we understand that being terminated means you are no longer making an income and this can be extremely stressful, especially when you were not expecting to begin a job search. If you believe you were wrongfully terminated, our Pearland employment law attorney may be able to help.

Contact our office today at (281) 677-3474 to make an appointment.

What Qualifies as Wrongful Termination?

Under state and federal laws, employees are protected from being wrongfully terminated, regardless of being an at-will state. There are strict employment guidelines that employers are required to follow, even when terminating an employee. Our legal team is extremely compassionate towards what you have suffered and we are extremely educated about employment law, allowing us to help you effectively.

The following are examples of terms for wrongful termination:

  • Disability
  • Religious beliefs
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Sexual orientation
  • Age discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Harassment

Pursuing Damages for Wrongful Termination

There is a wide range of situations which may qualify for wrongful termination and at Smith Reed & Armstrong, PLLC, our job is to discover whether you have grounds for a claim. We firmly believe that employers who have taken advantage of their employees should be held accountable. Let us review your case and determine what damages may be available. We know exactly what it takes to gather sufficient evidence to prove wrongful termination and hold an employer responsible.

Ready to schedule your case review with a Houston wrongful termination lawyer? Give us a call at (281) 677-3474.

Why Trust Us?

  • Our boutique firm is focused on the needs of all businesses.
  • We provide legal guidance to individuals and businesses.
  • Spanish-speaking services are available for bilingual clients.
  • We accept cash, checks, and credit card payments.