Houston Wrongful Termination Attorneys

Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. the Houston TX. wrongful termination attorneys you can count on.

Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. Houston Employment Law Attorneys

In the State of Texas the majority workers are employed ‘at-will’. This means that both worker and employers may choose to terminate their working relationship for any reason. However, there are different laws that limit the explanations that an employer may legitimately have to end a worker’s employment. If an ex employee believes that his or her termination from a job you provided them was wrongful and feels that your company has violated their rights to employment, you will most likely need to be seeking out legal representation of a wrongful termination attorney to represent your company and you. A Houston wrongful termination attorney from Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. can work with you to gather and review all the important details of your case, guide you thru the legal process, and provide you the legal representation you will need.


Do I Need An Attorney If I Have Fired An Employee?

If the termination of the employee was legal, then no, hiring an attorney will not be required. But if the employee feels or has reason to believe that the firing was unjustified they may file legal claim against your company. Someone who feels that they have been wrongfully terminated from a job has the legal right to seek and receive compensation to cover the immediate costs of losing a job. An experienced labor and employment attorney who knows the ins-and-outs of Texas employment law can determine whether your termination was legal, how much it could cost you, and what the best next course of action will be. Some companies have took it upon themselves to try and fight wrongful termination cases alone, but the chances of receiving a favorable outcome are greatly increased with the help of a qualified labor and employment attorney. An attorney from Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. for example, could review the details of your case, handle all the necessary paperwork, investigation, and negotiations for a favorable outcome for your company.

For over twenty years now Houston-based wrongful termination attorneys, Bryant Banes and Linda Evans have worked with many Texas employers fighting for their legal rights. Both Bryant and Linda hold certifications from the Board of Labor and Employment Law in Texas, have held the title of Super Lawyer, which goes to only the top five percent of performing attorneys in Texas.


Bryant Banes

Bryant Banes

Houston Texas Wrongful Termination Attorney

Bryant Banes has been the managing partner of Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. since September 2006. In 2012, Chambers USA recognized Mr. Banes as a leading lawyer in labor and employment law with a special emphasis in government contracts. He is the only attorney in Houston, Texas who is a member of the Wage & Hour Defense Institute, and regularly litigates FLSA collective actions on behalf of employers.ample Description

Linda Evens

Linda Evens

Houston Texas Wrongful Termination Attorney

Linda Evans practices exclusively in the area of labor and employment law, advising and representing management on all types of employment issues, including compliance, administrative proceedings and litigation as well as in traditional labor issues.


Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. has worked tirelessly on behalf of Texas employers who have been wrongfully accused by their former employees. We have developed a reputation for being able to handle complex cases, providing best in class legal representation for your company. If you believe that your company has been wrongfully accused of  terminating a past employee from employment, contact Neel, Hooper & Banes, P.C. for a consultation through our online request form below or call us at (713) 689-1800. Our lawyers have the in-depth experience to assist you.

 

  • * Chambers USA ranked Bryant Banes in Band 4 for Labor & Employment Law in Texas {2011-2017} and described him as "extremely capable, responsible and creative."
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