Month: December 2014

Travel Pay for the Traveling Employee in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas with Dallas unpaid wages lawyer

Working a job that regularly involves traveling is tough work. The very nature of the traveling requires you to disconnect from home and family. It’s an especially difficult for those with families. It’s not just the long hours, it’s the frequent, complete disconnect from your home. I do not travel much for work but my …

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Liability for over-serving alcohol to a guest in Texas?

With Christmas, New Years Eve and bowl games it’s the season where people throw parties and serve alcohol. Sometimes that means people will drink too much and get behind the wheel to drive home intoxicated. These intoxicated drivers are not only a risk to themselves but also a risk to passengers in other vehicles. In some states …

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Should I talk to an attorney before I go to the EEOC in Texas?

If you believe you are the victim of employment discrimination then in most cases you need to file a complaint with the EEOC or Texas Workforce Commission Civil Rights Division. This complaint is known as a charge of discrimination. A charge of discrimination invokes the agency’s power to investigate your claims. If they find probable cause …

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Constructive Discharge and Supervisor Conduct in Texas: Fort Worth retaliation lawyer

When an employee claims an employer created a hostile work environment that resulted in a prohibited form of unlawful employment discrimination the employee must prove, among other things, that the employee suffered an adverse employment action. It is not enough that the employer was hostile towards the employee or that the employee found the workplace unpleasant. …

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AT&T Pension Benefits and QDROs in a Texas divorce

Many large and longstanding employers, like AT&T, General Motors, Hewlitt Packard and Bank of America, have defined benefit pension plans that offer retirement benefits more complicated in their benefit formula than a 401k plan where the participant receives the vested benefit on the distribution date. These defined benefit plans determine benefits out of a combination of service …

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What is personal injury protection coverage in Texas?

Personal injury protection coverage (often known as PIP coverage) is an optional piece of your automobile liability insurance. It provides no-fault coverage for bodily injury-related losses. In Texas, PIP is mandatory unless the covered individual (the insured) signs a waiver to waive PIP coverage. Personal Injury Protection coverage can be an effective tool in recovering …

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My spouse doesn’t want a Texas divorce but I do. What can I do? Bedford divorce lawyer explains

This is a fairly common question I receive at my Bedford, Texas law office from potential divorcees who feel trapped by their spouse because the spouse is adamant about remaining in the marriage for one reason or the other. At fault divorces in Tarrant County, Texas Once upon a time in Texas a divorce could …

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