Month: May 2014

Does an ADA accommodation have to be the one an employee wants?

The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Texas Labor Code require an employer to provide a reasonable accommodation to a qualified employee to assist the employee in performing the essential functions of the employee’s job and/or access the workplace. These federal and state laws require employers to engage the employee in an interactive process to …

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Seven Surprising Reasons Why You Might Want a Lawyer for your Uncontested Divorce in Fort Worth

I’m going to tell you something many people would find shocking. Although I offer uncontested divorces in Dallas and Fort Worth, I don’t believe everybody needs a lawyer for uncontested divorce. Seriously. You can get an uncontested divorce in Tarrant County or Dallas County without a divorce lawyer. People do it every day. There are basic …

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East Loop 820 Wreck in Fort Worth involving truck carrying modular home

Wednesday on east loop 820 in Fort Worth near Lancaster Avenue, a highway car wreck occurred in which a truck carrying part of a modular home crashed into the Lancaster Avenue bridge causing damage to the modular home and another vehicle on the Fort Worth freeway. A passenger in the other vehicle was airlifted to …

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Coworkers and Their Annoying Habits: Texas employment lawyers

An article published today by Ignites discusses the annoying habits of coworkers according to a poll of mutual fund employees. Although we’re not all mutual fund employees, the habits pointed out in the survey are the annoying habits you find across all industries. The worst of the worst was loud phone conversations. A lot of …

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New case illustrates risk of ESOP mismanagement: Dallas employee benefits lawyer

I am a skeptic of Employee Stock Ownership Plans because they create unique financial risks to employees. The ESOP industry, unsurprisingly, takes issue with my position; but it’s hard to take their position seriously in light of cases like today’s appellate decision from the Seventh Circuit. Certainly I would agree that some ESOP plans are well-managed and …

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When the insurance company low balls your diminished value claim: Texas employment attorneys

Insurance companies have responded to the growing number of claims for diminished value by low balling rather than outright rejecting the claims. Although there is still a lot of outright rejection going on. A lot of people tell me that regardless of the appraisal reflects they receive a flat $500 settlement offer. It’s curious that multiple insurance …

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Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas unpaid wage claims and attorney fees

If the calls and emails coming into my office are any indication then there is a growing problem with unpaid wages, minimum wage violations, minimum wage tip violations and unpaid overtime pay here in Texas. I am getting a lot of contacts from people with unpaid wages. The Fair Labor Standards Act and the Texas …

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Thinking about settling a car accident claim?

In a car accident you often have two kinds of injuries: (1) bodily injury and (2) property damage. Property damage is often straightforward: your car suffered damage and needs repairs. The other driver’s insurance company typically will take care of repairs to the physical damage (but not always); although they may be aggressive in denying diminished value …

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