Wrongful Termination Due To Workplace Injuries Dallas Lawyers

Serving Clients Throughout The Dallas-Fort Worth Area And North Texas

Texas employers are not required to subscribe to workers' compensation insurance. That means they must self-insure against workplace injuries. Unfortunately, too many employers simply terminate their workers after reporting an injury suffered on the job.

The Law Office of John E. Wall, Jr., is not a workers' compensation law firm. We help workers protect themselves against wrongful termination following a workplace accident. We also help injured workers recover money damages from their employer or third party who may be held liable for causing the accident or injuries. Third-party liability can be assessed against the property owner, a product manufacturer or a subcontractor or co-worker on the job site.

Don't accept an unlawful termination. Illegal firing for reporting a workplace injury means you are entitled to seek full and fair monetary compensation or get your job back as part of a settlement.

If you work in North Texas and were wrongfully terminated after reporting a workplace injury or need to pursue compensation from your employer or a negligent third party, talk to an attorney at The Law Office of John E. Wall, Jr. From offices in Dallas, our lawyers advise and represent injured workers throughout North Texas. We also handle litigation on behalf of injured workers in El Paso. Call us at 214-865-7544 or contact our offices by email or fax to arrange a no-cost consultation with one of our experienced Dallas wrongful termination due to workplace injuries attorneys today.

Our office hours in Dallas are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. Call us at 214-865-7544 or use our convenient email contact form to arrange a free case evaluation.