Skilled Employment Law Attorneys in Marshall, Texas

In Need of an Employment Law Lawyer in Marshall?

At the Carlile Law Firm, LLP, our Marshall employment law attorneys understand that Texas’s increasingly complex workplace laws and regulations leave many employees unsure of their legal rights and options to pursue a claim against their employer.

The more significant issue is how Harrison County workers know when their workplace rights are violated and who they can trust to pursue their claims. That is why we are here.

The reality is that employment law claims—including those involving hostile work environments, wage and hour violations, and retaliatory discharges—are more common than most people think.

Our skilled Northeast Texas employment attorneys can explain your rights under Texas employment laws and federal statutes, helping you understand whether you have a valid claim. We will evaluate the details of your case to determine its strengths and weaknesses and review evidence, such as employment records, correspondence, and witness statements, to build a strong case, starting with a free consultation.

Contact our Marshall employment lawyers today and learn how we can use our over 100 years of combined experience to benefit you.

What Types of Texas Employment Law Claims

What Types of Texas Employment Law Claims Does Carlile Law Handle?

At the Carlile Law Firm, LLP, our Marshall employment law attorneys represent clients throughout Texas to ensure they understand their legal rights and options to file a claim against their employers when their workplace rights have been violated.

Our Northeast Texas employment law attorneys represent clients who are pursuing legal remedies in the following areas:

Employment law can be complex, with specific procedural requirements and deadlines. You do not have to be intimidated by the process. We can help. Our skilled Marshall employment lawyers can navigate these complexities on your behalf, ensuring all filings are timely and correctly handled. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your claim.

Can I File a Lawsuit Directly Against My Texas Employer for Workplace Rights Violations?

If your case involves issues such as discrimination, harassment, or retaliatory discharge, in many cases, you must file an employment law claim with a government agency before you can file a lawsuit in Texas. This process is known as “exhausting administrative remedies.”

Those agencies include, but are not limited to:

Our dedicated employment law attorneys can help file claims with the appropriate agency to investigate the claim. If they do not resolve it, they will issue a “right-to-sue” letter, which allows you to proceed with a lawsuit.

It’s important to note that there are strict deadlines, known as statutes of limitations, for filing claims with specific agencies. In many cases, the deadline can be as little as 180 days.

Given the complexity of Texas’s employment law and the various requirements, consulting with an employment law attorney is advisable to ensure that you correctly follow the necessary procedures and meet all deadlines for your specific type of claim. Our Marshall employment lawyers can assist you in filing complaints with relevant agencies and handle your claim directly after all administrative requirements have been exhausted.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your workplace violations. We will then be able to understand the details of your story and provide the guidance necessary to move forward with a valid claim.

What Legal Remedies Can I Pursue During a Texas Employment Law Claim?

When pursuing a Texas employment law claim, our clients may seek various legal remedies depending on the nature of their claim.

We will help outline what damages you may be entitled to, which may include:

  • Back Pay

Compensation for lost wages and benefits from the unlawful termination or discrimination until the judgment.

  • Reinstatement

Getting your job back and any seniority and benefits you would have accrued if the unlawful action had not occurred.

  • Front Pay

Compensation for future lost earnings due to unlawful conduct if reinstatement is not feasible or desirable.

  • Compensatory Damages

Compensation for emotional distress, pain and suffering, and other non-economic losses resulting from the unlawful conduct.

  • Punitive Damages

Punitive damages punish the employer for particularly egregious or malicious conduct and deter similar conduct. These are more common in cases involving intentional discrimination or retaliation.

  • Attorney’s Fees and Costs

Reimbursement for the legal fees and costs incurred in pursuing the claim.

  • Injunctive Relief

Court orders require the employer to take specific actions, such as implementing new policies or training programs to prevent future violations.

  • Liquidated Damages

In wage and hour violations, such as unpaid overtime, our clients may be entitled to liquidated damages, typically equal to unpaid wages. These are meant to compensate for the delay in receiving wages.

Moving Forward with an Employment Law Claim in Texas

At Carlile Law Firm, LLP, our Northeast Texas employment law attorneys have specialized knowledge and experience dealing with employment disputes. We understand the nuances of the law and have experience with similar cases, which can significantly enhance the likelihood of a favorable outcome.

We can assist in gathering and preserving evidence critical to your case, including obtaining witness statements, securing employment records, and ensuring that relevant documents are not destroyed.

We also understand dealing with employment disputes can be stressful and emotionally draining. Our compassionate attorneys can provide legal support and emotional reassurance, advocating for your interests throughout the process and providing comprehensive support, from initial consultation and case evaluation to negotiation and courtroom representation, ensuring that your rights are protected and helping you achieve the best possible outcome for your claim.

Contact the Employment Law Attorneys at the Carlile Law Firm for Help Today

At the Carlile Law Firm, LLP, our dedicated employment lawyers in Marshall understand that we—our attorneys, support staff, and clients—share the same small community. We want to help our fellow Marshall, Harrison County, and Texas workers hold their employers accountable for workplace violations by pursuing legal remedies that not only make our clients whole again but help keep further violations from happening to other employees in the future.

Contact our experienced Harrison County employment law attorneys today to discuss your challenges with trusted Marshall, Texas, community members and learn how we can use our over 100 combined years of experience to help you.

Case results


Negligence – Man injured in car wreck Total Gross Settlement $950,000.00


Negligence – Woman injured in car wreck Total Gross Settlement $940,000.00


Negligence – Man injured in car wreck Total Gross Settlement $450,000.00


Products liability, negligent design, personal injury


Wrongful Death and Negligence – negligent hiring, training, and supervision.

2017 JURY VERDICT OF $58,055.47

Negligence – Car wreck. Larry McCathran V. Justin Griffin

2015 JURY VERDICT $39,500.00

Breach of Contract – Property dispute. Bobby and Thyra Miller v. Leoriss Thomas

2013 JURY VERDICT OF $52,000.00

Negligence – property damage to home. Jim and Linda Cary v. Chandler

2003 JURY VERDICT OF $75,000

Nuisance – land contamination and toxic tort.

2002 JURY VERDICT OF $870,000

Wrongful Death and Products Liability – silica dust inhalation.

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