Trusted Attorney, Proven Results
The Hommel Law Firm is different from other employment lawyers because Mr. Hommel works as a trial attorney to resolve your problems. Once I take your case and commit to you, your success is my priority, and I am prepared to litigate the matter to the fullest extent of the law. Contact me, and I can explain more about the process of hiring an experienced trial lawyer for your employment case.
Employment Law Services
The Hommel Law Firm exclusively represents employees in all types of disputes with their present and former employer. These claims involve wrongful termination claims as a result of discrimination on the basis of age, race, gender, disability and religion. Mr. Hommel represents many present and former employees regarding their rights under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
The firm also maintains a significant practice representing employees who have been denied payment of their wages. These claims include off-the-clock work, and failure to pay overtime wages, instead of a salary or a day rate. The Fair Labor Standards Act is a Federal Law that provides for the payment of overtime wages and recovery of attorney’s fees as well.
You have rights as an employee, and the Hommel Law Firm is here to help you exercise them. Mr. Hommel is a lawyer who truly cares about your situation and honestly believes that you have a right to fair and capable legal representation regarding your employment dispute. Mr. Hommel will listen to your problems and make sure you receive the attention you deserve with honest and straightforward respect.
Employee Rights Attorney
Mr. Hommel is the only attorney in the Tyler/East Texas area who is board-certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Labor and Employment law that primarily represents employees instead of the employer. Mr. Hommel realized many years ago that there was a lack of representation for employees and became one of the first to step up to the plate and provide it. After over three decades of practice, Mr. Hommel still offers free 30-minute consultations where he meets with potential clients to discuss their cases.
Taking an employer to court is a serious matter, and you should only trust someone who has experience doing it. We’re proud to say that we have tried over 100 lawsuits to jury verdicts, which is an increasingly rare accomplishment. Not many wrongful termination lawyers can say the same, but with Mr. Hommel, you know you’re getting someone who can try a lawsuit if and when it’s necessary. You’ll be involved and kept up-to-date throughout the entire process and can ask questions at any time.
Set up an appointment today to see how the Hommel Law Firm can help you. Contact the Hommel Law Firm by filling out the questionnaire so that Mr. Hommel can evaluate your situation.
Fighting Discrimination and Wrongful Termination
At the Hommel Law Firm, the core value is that any employee discrimination is wrong. Being treated unfairly or differently simply because of who you are is a humiliating experience for the employee and shameful on the part of the employer. If you believe you have been discriminated against, the Hommel Law Firm will fight for your rights. Mr. Hommel represents workers in claims against employers for the following:
- Discrimination on the basis of age, race, gender, national origin, disability and religions
- Family Medical Leave Act violations
- Sexual Harassment
- Discrimination due to military service
Fighting For Your Wages
The Hommel Law has represented thousands of workers who were denied payment of overtime wages. If you have not been compensated for your time correctly, fill out the overtime questionnaire today. The Hommel Law Firm can help you receive the back wages that you have already earned but not yet been paid. If your employer does not pay you to attend meetings or training, for travel time to and from a worksite, or fails to pay you overtime wages, you may be eligible for back wages. Contact the firm through either of the questionnaires, and we’ll be happy to work with you.
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You don’t pay unless we win your case.