Representing Workers Against Unfair Employers

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Bill Hommel

The Hommel Law Firm represents employees – plain and simple. Bill Hommel’s daily objective is to even the playing field for Texas employees who have been treated unfairly by their employer. Whether it is an issue of unpaid wages or overtime pay or wrongful termination or harassment in the workplace, the Hommel Law Firm stands ready to fight for your rights. Any time a loyal, hardworking employee is treated unfairly, Mr. Hommel takes it seriously.  At the Hommel Law Firm, you enjoy the benefit of having a veteran attorney who has handled hundreds of employment matters. He is one of only two attorneys in the State of Texas who is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in the areas of Labor and Employment Law, Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law and is one of only 100 attorneys in the entire state that are certified in 3 specialty areas.

No matter where you work or what you do, you are always welcome to visit the Hommel Law Firm office in Tyler, Texas. Mr. Hommel will listen to everything you have to say, and then give you his best legal advice. Every potential client receives the firm’s full attention along with open and honest advice about your situation.

If you have experienced discrimination because of a medical condition or disability, national origin, age, race, sex/gender (including sexual harassment) or your religious beliefs, the Hommel Law Firm can help. Mr. Hommel’s services also cover unpaid overtime and unpaid wages. Take advantage of our free 30-minute consultation, and we will give you an honest assessment of your situation. There is no commitment required and no obligation to go any further, so you have nothing to lose. You will see for yourself Mr. Hommel why is so well regarded. After more than 32 years in practice and 100+ trials, Mr. Hommel knows how to get you the results you need and deserve.

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Feel free to provide the details of your case by filling out one of our questionnaires. Here you will be asked to provide the facts of your case and your contact information. Once every box has been filled, submit it and the staff will contact you as soon as possible. You are urged to contact the firm as quickly as possible, as the statute of limitations could keep you from pursuing your case if you wait too long.

Your appointment will generally take about an hour, and we ask that you bring any and all documents related to your job. This includes text messages, emails, check stubs and company handbooks. You should also be prepared to provide proof that you were present at work on the day the incident took place, so that we are in a better position to help you. The more evidence you have, the better case we can build for you.