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Doyle LLP Vs. Elik Dialysis Home Therapy – Memorial, Inc Improper Termination of Texas Nurses

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Doyle LLP Vs. Elik Dialysis Home Therapy – Memorial, Inc Improper Termination of Texas Nurses Texas employers often tell their employees that they are working “at-will” in order to suggest that they may take any action against them, including firing them for any reason. However, Texas law provides protections to a variety of employees, including […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. DISA Global Solutions Inc, DISA Holdings Corp, University MRO LLC, University Services LLC, and Pyschemedics Corporation

The attorneys at Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers have dedicated decades of their legal careers developing and refining their skills to protect workers throughout the United States. Texas law, similar to all states, provides specific protections to workers who suffer from retaliation, termination, or firing by their employer. Businesses and the economy do not run without […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. Michael McCreery d/b/a B-Mac Company: Wrongful Termination

Texas employers often tell their employees that they are working “at will” as a means to suggest Texas employers are free at any time to take any action against an employee, including firing them. However, Texas law has various protections for injured workers, including Texas Labor Code, Section 451.001. The protections and legal analysis of […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. Republic Manufacturing Group INC. d/b/a Republic Bag Co. and Alpha Industries Management Inc. d/b/a Republic Bag Co: Wrongful Termination

Doyle LLP filed suit in August of 2020 in Harris County District Court under the Texas Labor Code against Republic Manufacturing Group INC. d/b/a Republic Bag Co. and Alpha Industries Management Inc. d/b/a Republic Bag Co. The suit alleges that Republic Bag Co. retaliated with discrimination against Doyle LLP’s client and then fired her after […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. Certified Pipe Service Houston, Inc: Wrongful Termination

Doyle LLP’s lawyers have dedicated decades of their legal careers developing and honing their skills to protect injured workers throughout the United States. This also includes their vast experience with workers from Arizona, Texas and the whole Gulf Coast. Texas law provides specific protections to injured workers who suffer from retaliation, termination, or firing by […]

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Doyle LLP has filed suit on behalf of a Texas doctor against Baylor Scott & White Health

Doyle LLP has filed suit on behalf of a Texas doctor against Baylor Scott & White Health alleging breach of contract, violations of the Texas Health and Safety Code, for his wrongful termination by the hospital system.  The suit was filed in Dallas County District Court, in Dallas, Texas. In the suit, Doyle LLP has […]

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Ball v. Alleyton Resource Company LLC

Retaliation/Wrongful Termination in violation of Texas Labor Code 451.001 Jury Verdict: $1,706,187 On July 26, 2019, a Fort Bend County District Court found that Alleyton Resource Company LLC retaliated and wrongfully terminated Joseph Ball for instituting procedures under the Texas Worker’s Compensation Act. In reaching its verdict, the Jury awarded Mr. Ball $1,706,187 in damages, […]

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Wrongful Termination As A Result Of Physical Work Restraints

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Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit in Harris County, Texas against Manheim Texas Hobby for wrongfully terminating its client following a work injury. The suit is based upon Texas Labor Code Section 451.001. Texas law holds that an employer may not discriminate against or terminate an employee for making a workers’ compensation claim. The […]

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Wrongful Termination As A Result Of Filing A Claim

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Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Personnel Staffing, Inc. and Modern Ag Products, Ltd. in Jefferson County, Texas for wrongful termination and discrimination under the Texas Labor Code Section 451.001. Texas law forbids discrimination against or termination of an employee for filing a workers’ compensation claim in good faith. Nonetheless, Personnel Staffing and […]

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Wrongful Termination As A Result Of Retaliatory Conduct

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Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Anslow-Bryant Construction, Ltd. for wrongful termination following a work injury of its client. The Texas Labor Code prohibits employers from discriminating against or terminating an employee in retaliation for making a workers’ compensation claim. Nonetheless, Anslow-Bryant terminated Doyle LLP’s client, following his June 2015 work injury. Among […]

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