Dallas Federal Employee Investigations Lawyer
Are you a federal employee who is the subject of an investigation that could potentially lead to disciplinary action? Are you being discriminated against or mistreated in the workplace? Have you suffered an on-the-job injury? Regardless of the situation, it is critical that you retain an experienced attorney as soon as possible in order to defend and protect your rights.
Avoid Mistakes That Could Be Used Against You
Employee investigations are not neutral. They are designed to find something to use against you. If the investigation does not reveal exactly what they are looking for based on current allegations against you, they may reveal something that could be used to make new allegations against you. Things that you say and information you provide can be misinterpreted or twisted in order to achieve the goal of the investigation. The same can be true of statements you provide in relation to discrimination or workers' compensation cases.
An attorney at The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., can guide you through the process, making certain that your information is presented in a fair and accurate light. Through early intervention, we are able to set the stage for a positive outcome.
Take Advantage of Every Opportunity
You want to resolve your case sooner, rather than later. By allowing us to get started as early in the process as possible, you allow us to take advantage of opportunities that may fade as the process moves forward. Our experience in all federal labor and employment law matters allows us to identify every opportunity and use it for your benefit.
Perhaps you understand the importance of early legal representation, but you are concerned about the cost of hiring a lawyer at such an early stage. While our goal is to ultimately save you money by reaching an early resolution, we do take great care to offer fee structures that are designed to meet your needs. Furthermore, the initial case evaluation is free.
Contact us to discuss your case. Our services are available to federal employees in Texas and throughout the United States.