Texas Unemployment Compensation Lawyers
Filing of Claims | Disputed Unemployment Claims | Denials Related to Wrongful Termination
Under the laws of the state of Texas, as in other states, you have the right to seek unemployment compensation when you’ve lost your job, with certain limitations. In many instances, the process is simple and straightforward, but it’s not unusual for your employer to wrongfully challenge your claim. If you have been improperly fired from your job, have had an unemployment claim denied, or believe your employer may challenge your right to benefits, we can help.
At the law offices of Bailey & Galyen, we offer more than 14 years of employment law experience to individuals throughout Texas and across the nation. We have always placed a premium on personalized service and attention, taking the time to get to know each client individually, and learning the unique circumstances of every case, so that we can customize our counsel to get positive results. We’ll keep you fully involved and informed throughout the legal process, making certain you are kept up-to-date on all developments and understand your options, so that you can make good choices. We work hard to respond to all emails and phone calls as promptly as possible.
Protecting Your Right to Recover Unemployment Compensation
We provide full-service legal representation in matters related to unemployment compensation claims. We will help you:
- Determine your eligibility for benefits and help you make certain you don’t include anything on your application that jeopardizes your right to receive compensation
- Challenge your employer’s wrongful denial of eligibility for unemployment compensation — We will aggressively advocate for you if your employer terminates you in violation of a valid employment contract, or contrary to law or public policy, including in retaliation for exercising a legal right
- You quit your job, but only because your employer subjected you to discrimination or harassment that made your job intolerable
- Appeal the wrongful denial of an application for unemployment benefits
Contact an Experienced Texas Unemployment Compensation Attorney
At Bailey & Galyen, we bring decades of experience to workers facing challenges getting unemployment benefits. Contact us by email or call 844-402-4530 to see if you qualify for a confidential consultation to discuss your concerns. We’ll take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Evening and weekend consultations can be scheduled, if necessary. Se habla Espanol.
During the COVID-19 crisis, it’s important to give top priority to your health and well-being, but you may also have concerns about the potential impact on your job. At Bailey & Galyen, we can advise you regarding the potential work-related consequences of COVID-19. See our COVID-19 Guide to learn more.