Employment Firm Serving San Antonio

At The Morales Firm, in San Antonio, Texas, our skilled employment lawyers have the experience and resources to take on a broad range of cases for our clients. We have a proven, recognized track record of success in getting fairness for employers and employees alike.

Employment law cases can be complex. You need a law firm with experience and knowledge of the law on your side. From individual cases of harassment or discrimination to class actions for failure to pay proper wages, we always do what it takes to reach the most positive outcome possible.

When representing workers, we work hard to hold employers accountable. When representing employers, we take a proactive approach in getting your business in employment law order and use swift, decisive advocacy to seek dismissals of claims.

Additional Practice Areas

While we are well-known for our employment law representation, our lawyers are highly skilled in resolving complex issues in other court proceedings, including:

  • Aggressive criminal defense representation — we have former prosecutors who provide solid criminal defense representation.
  • Problem-solving family law representation — we understand how personal divorce family law issues can be. We work hard to resolve difficult family law problems efficiently and effectively.
  • Probate administration and litigation — Our skilled attorneys are well-equipped to help you and your loved ones take care of legacies in probate court.

The Morales Firm also offers quality representation in areas of civil and business litigation, including business disputes, breach of contract, noncompete matters, construction disputes, personal injury, deceptive trade practices and debt collection.

The Morales Firm is willing to discuss your situation with you confidentially and at no cost. We look forward to hearing from you if you think you may need our help. Call us at 210-761-5356.

More Than 70 Years Of Combined Experience Handling Employment Issues

The Morales Firm protects employee rights and employers' interests when legal issues arise, including:

  • Failure to pay overtime and minimum wage
  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age, national origin and others
  • Whistleblower cases
  • Retaliation and workers' compensation retaliation
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Wrongful termination
  • Failure to provide notice of plant closing or mass layoff

Call toll free today — 210-761-5356. We welcome your email message.