Wrongful Termination

Doyle Dennis Avery LLP represents employees who have been wrongfully terminated, suspended, or fired.  In particular, Doyle Dennis Avery LLP represents whistleblower who have been terminated because they made reports of illegal conduct or were terminated for refusing to engage in illegal conduct. In particular, Doyle Dennis Avery LLP represents employees in the Southwest United States, including Arizona and Texas who have reported misconduct and been wrongfully terminated. Both Texas and Arizona have maintained protections for employees who have been terminated for refusing to violate the law.

In addition, because many of the federal and statute whistleblower statutes overlap in their protection, it is important to fully analyze the possible statutory violations for a Sabine Pilot whistleblower. Sabine Pilot claims refer to where employees are protected from retaliatory behavior if they refuse to engage in illegal behavior directed by their employers. If you have been unfairly terminated for such a reason, you may have a potential case. This may include violations of Sarbanes-Oxley, Dodd-Frank, the False Claims Act, the Fair Labors Standards Act, Surface Transportation Assistance Act, the Seaman Protection Act, the Pipeline Safety Improvement Act, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, Federal Railroad Safety Act, The Energy Reorganization Act (ERA) of 1974, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century, the National Transit Systems Security Act of 2007, the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, The Consumer Financial Protection Act, the Department of Defense Authorization Act of 1987, the Anti-Money Laundering Act, The Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act, or the Tax Payers First Act.

Contacting an attorney who has experience in wrongful termination lawsuits is imperative to the success of your case. At Doyle Dennis Avery LLP, we have decades of experience fighting for workers’ rights and defending them in trial. Doyle Dennis Avery LLP works on a contingent fee basis. Simply put, this means that until you get paid, we do not get paid. You should not be denied work simply because you are abiding by the law. If you have faced any retaliatory behavior for standing up for yourself, please contact Doyle Dennis Avery LLP for a free consultation.