Take The Next Step

Contact us so that we can start the process of helping you with your situation.  

by form:

Fill out this short form to start our contact process. Let us know a little about your issue so we know how we might be able to help. (For example, let us know if it is a discrimination/retaliation, harassment, breach of contract, severance or noncompete issue.) 


by phone:

You are welcome to contact us by phone at (210) 899-0342. A case manager will take down your information and we will respond (usually by email) as soon as possible. 

If you call after hours or if we are on another line, please leave a voicemail with your name, phone number, email, and a little information about the type of matter you have and how we can help. Please don't forget to give us your email address. I am often in court, depositions, etc. and cannot respond immediately by phone. You will likely get a much quicker response if you give us your email address too. 

Please note that my case manager cannot answer any legal questions over the phone.   

What happens next?

Once you contact us, I will personally review the information you submit. I will then contact you back to either request additional information about your matter or to offer you a an in-person consultation. Yes, there is a charge for most types of consultations. I will let you know what that charge is and what the consultation entails so you can decide whether or not you wish to move forward.  Rest assured, there will never be any surprise charges or fees. 

A Common Question:

At times like this, many people wonder things like: Should I bother? Is it worth it? Do I really need a lawyer? 

These are the questions I deal with every day. I addressed some of them in the Quick Answers section. Feel free to go there and read more. You may also find valuable information on my Practice Areas page or on my blog - The Texas Employment Law Blog. Educate yourself. Knowledge is power. Come back to this page when you are ready to take the next step. 

A Few Words Of Warning:

  1. If you are still employed, don’t quit until you speak with a lawyer. It may weaken your case.
  2. If you are being harassed or discriminated against or know that someone else is, report it in writing to your company's HR department. Check your company's handbook and follow the internal complaint policy if it has one. Some types of claims are only preserved if you take advantage of internal policies.