Fort Worth Employment Law Attorneys

Upholding the Rights of Texans for More Than 15 Years

When you work hard to earn your living, a workplace dispute can put your livelihood at risk.  However, as a Texan, you are protected under employment law against numerous prohibited acts which might threaten your employment or put you in fear of retaliation.  If you believe that you have been subjected to unlawful treatment while at work, our Fort Worth employment law attorneys want to hear about your situation.  At Moore & Associates, we pride ourselves on providing effective, honest, and uncompromising legal service to ensure that our client’s voices are heard.

Why should you hire our attorneys?

  • Inclusion in Houston's Top 100 Lawyers in Labor and Employment by H Texas Magazine
  • Selected for Super Lawyers® (Less than 5% of attorneys selected for this honor)
  • Dedicated to providing personalized, one-on-one service to every client
  • Proven trial-tested record of success – see our results

Think you have a case? Call (713) 581-9001 or request a case evaluation online.


What Are Your Employment Rights in Texas?

When a new employee is hired on to work for a company, they are typically made aware of the conditions of their employment.  In many cases, the rules that regulate employee conduct are outlined in a handbook that contains several protections as well as what to do if you believe your rights have been violated.  While these rules typically protect workers and companies alike, employees have protections that extend to the state and federal level.  In fact, workers may be protected under the law whether they have a physical contract or not.

Our firm can help with employee grievances including:

  • Discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Unpaid overtime disputes
  • Wage and hour claims
  • Wrongful termination

It is important to note that specific laws and regulations may differ depending on factors such as the industry you work in, how your position is classified, and the number of hours you work.  For example, certain professions, such as farmhands, are classified as independent contractors and may not be eligible for overtime pay.  The technical complexity of many employment law violations demands the attention of knowledgeable attorneys, like those from our firm, who can help you understand your case and navigate the legal process.

Stand Up against Unlawful Workplace Actions

Whether you have been the victim of discrimination or your pay has been illegally withheld, experiencing a workplace dispute can put you under tremendous stress.  At Moore & Associates, we understand that it can be difficult to take legal action, especially when you believe that your job may be at risk.  However, know that it is illegal for your employer to retaliate against you for exercising your right to file a complaint. Furthermore, you do not have to go through this process alone and our Fort Worth employment law attorneys can be in your corner every step of the way.

Inappropriate or illegal behavior may not stop until you take legal action. Contact us today.