Doyle Dennis LLP’s attorneys have filed suit to protect the rights of six Port of Houston Firefighters Union Members, who were victims of wrongful termination, in violation of the United States Constitution and Texas law.
Doyle Dennis LLP Vs. Memorial Hermann: Workplace Discrimination Wrongful Termination
Doyle Dennis LLP prides itself on protecting and supporting workers who are victims of workplace discrimination or wrongful termination. In these cases, typically the wrongful termination or discrimination occurs in retaliation for the worker reporting a workplace injury, reporting a safety violation, or reporting a violation of law. Depending on the situation, the rights and remedies available to such a worker or whistleblower may fall under the Texas Labor Code § 451.001, which protects injured workers, Texas Administrative Code § 133.43 and Texas Health and Safety Code § 161.134, which protect hospital employees who report violations of law, or Texas Occupations Code § 301.413, which protects nurses who report safety violations.
Texas law provides protections to workers who were fired as a result of suffering injuries on the job and seeking workers’ compensation benefits. Doyle Dennis LLP’s lawyers have dedicated years to protecting employees across the United States. This month, Doyle Dennis LLP secured a $7.86 million verdict for a worker who worked on a drilling ship. Based upon this experience, the Doyle Dennis law firm was hired to file suit against Ascend Performance Materials Holdings Inc. for alleged violations of the Texas Labor Code, Section 451.001. The suit was filed last week in Harris County, Texas.