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PROTECTIONS AFFORDED TO EMPLOYEES THROUGHOUT TEXAS
The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act was specifically implemented to protect workers, families, and communities. Under the WARN Act, most employers with 100 or more employees are required to provide notification to employees of any planned closings or layoffs. Employers must provide notice at least 60 calendar days advance notice to ensure the financial safety of employees. Employees who are protected under the WARN Act can include managers, supervisors, and hourly or salaried workers.
HAVE YOU BEEN UNLAWFULLY LAID OFF?
If you have been laid off without warning and through no fault of your own, you should speak immediately with a Houston business litigation lawyer. I, Attorney Tony Malley, pride my work on successfully representing hardworking Americans living in Houston. I understand that the shock of suddenly losing your livelihood could cause an overwhelming blow to your finances. You do not have face this struggle alone.
Under the WARN Act, you have specific rights that, when violated, allow you to take legal action against a negligent employer. I would be happy to sit down with you and discuss any of your concerns in an easy-to-understand manner. My personal goal is to help you and your family during this time so that you can begin to feel empowered once again and make informed decisions regarding the claims against your former employer, business, or company.
TAKE ACTION. CALL A HOUSTON BUSINESS LITIGATION ATTORNEY!
As a skilled, dependable, and knowledgeable Houston WARN Act attorney, I have helped represent many employees throughout my home state of Texas. I am a seasoned litigator and a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and I have helped my past clients secure superior results in the face of adversity. If the negligence of your employer has put your well-being at risk, you may have legal options!
No matter how complex your case may be, you can feel confident in your choice of legal representation at my firm. Contact Malley Law Firm, PLLC today to schedule your free case evaluation and learn more about the potential legal remedies that may be afforded to you during this difficult legal dilemma.