You Were Injured — And Your Employer Is Retaliating Against You

When you suffered an injury in a workplace accident, you worried about how you would pay for your medical treatment in addition to your regular bills. When you filed a workers' compensation claim, fortunately, you received benefits based on your eligibility. But when you returned to work, you found that your employer was behaving oddly. Your supervisor gave you worse hours, moved you to a less desirable office or assigned you less desirable tasks. You fear that they may soon demote or fire you for no apparent reason. You can't help wondering: Is it because you filed a workers' compensation claim?

Sadly, workers' compensation retaliation is an issue that affects many employees in the Rio Grande Valley area of Texas. While it is against the law for employers to retaliate against employees who file legitimate claims, it still happens with alarming frequency.

The Law Offices of Cindy A. Garcia will stand up for you if your employer retaliates against you for filing a workers' compensation claim. With over 30 years in practice, the firm has the experience you need to hold your employer accountable and protect your job.

You Don't Have To Handle Your Claim Alone

You probably feel overwhelmed by your current injury, the bureaucratic process of filing your claim and coping with the negative environment at work. In addition to protecting your rights, let the firm shoulder some of your burden. The firm provides a respectful environment and will listen to your story closely. Then, a lawyer can handle the complex legal processes and paperwork involved in your case.

Discuss Your Case In A Free Consultation

To get more information about workers' compensation retaliation and discuss the details of your claim, schedule a free consultation with an attorney. The firm conveniently offers appointments in McAllen and Brownsville. For your free consultation, call 956-404-0724 or reach our firm online. Hablamos español.