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 Texas

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 Texas without a divorce lawyer. People do it every day. There are basic forms available online that …

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

Wednesday on east loop 820 in Fort Worth, Texas 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 …

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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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