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Employment Discrimination EEOC in Texas




Texas Employment Discrimination EEOC Attorneys – Protecting Your Rights

Kilgore & Kilgore employment law attorneys in Texas have extensive experience defending employees in claims against their employers.  The law surrounding Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in workplace discrimination is complicated. Plus, the facts of each case are unique. Kilgore & Kilgore employment law attorneys can help you prepare your EEOC or Texas Commission on Human Rights (TCHRA) filing in Texas, if you believe you have a claim for discrimination while being hired, promoted, fired, trained, or during apprenticeship based on the following:

  • Race
  • Color
  • Religion
  • Sex
  • National Origin
  • Age
  • Disability.

You must first file a claim with the EEOC and/or the TCHRA in order to later file a claim in state or federal court. For more information on EEOC and TCHRA click here.

Kilgore & Kilgore employment law attorneys in Texas have years of experience defending people who have been mistreated by their employers. Kilgore & Kilgore employment law attorneys include:

  • Theodore C. Anderson
  • Robert M. Behrendt
  • John H. Crouch
  • Robert E. Goodman Jr.
  • Wilmer (Bill) Masterson
  • D. Elizabeth Masterson-Mattei
  • Nicholas A. O'Kelly
  • Ashley E. Tremain

Contact us today for a free 15-minute telephone case evaluation.


Testimonial
"I was fired from my position as vice president with a computer software company in Texas in retaliation for filing a claim with the EEOC regarding sexual harassment. Because of the Kilgore representation, I won the arbitration and a significant monetary award. Ted Anderson cross-examining a witness is something to behold. Robert Behrendt delivered the most outstanding legal argument. The company I sued had to bear the entire cost of arbitration. I highly recommend the Kilgore Law firm. "
- Jay, Sales Management Executive, Retaliation Matter, 2011

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