SE Texas Record
The Newsletter Bringing the Legal System to Light
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
By Gene Johnson |
Jan 31, 2016
HOUSTON – A network provider is being sued by two former computer technicians who claim they were never paid overtime wages.
TYLER – A former police officer for the city of Grand Saline is suing the municipality over a claim that it denied him due process during his termination process.
HOUSTON – A resident of Humble has filed a writ demanding that an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission administrative judge hear his discrimination case against the federal government.
MARSHALL – A motorist is suing a Missouri-based transportation company over injuries allegedly suffered during a crash on a highway in Longview involving a tractor-trailer.
HOUSTON – An ex-flight paramedic for a Houston-based health care system is suing his former employer for allegedly unpaid overtime compensation while working for the company from November 2010 to November 2015.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County mother is suing another motorist claiming that he injured her children when he allegedly ran a red light and caused their two vehicles to crash.
HOUSTON – Two former employees of a Fort Worth-based oil field services company are suing their employer for overtime time wages that were allegedly not paid out.
HOUSTON – A Harris County firm is suing to force an arbitration hearing in connection with some structured settlement insurance payments it claims it was owed to it from a life insurance policy.
HOUSTON – A former merchandise manager at a shoe company in Houston claims he was fired because he is Mexican.
HOUSTON – A man and his father are suing the city of Katy for injuries he allegedly suffered while handcuffed and in the custody of two police officers.
By Robbie Hargett |
Jan 31, 2016
BEAUMONT – A Collin County woman is suing a department store over claims it did not pay overtime wages.
MARSHALL – A man is suing his former employer, an oilfield services company, over claims it did not pay him overtime wages.