On September 13, 2023, the O’Brien Law Firm filed suit in a Bell County, Texas state district court on behalf of a former sales representative for Equifax. This firm’s client procured business customers for Equifax’s tax credit audit services, sold through the company’s HIREtech business division. The sales rep would procure the customer, and Equifax […]Read More
Our mission, simply put, is to improve the life of every Texas employee, executive, and independent contractor that comes to us for help. If that’s not the mission of your lawyer, then you aren’t being served well.
In the context of what we specialize in at the O’Brien Law Firm, it can mean getting you fully compensated for your valuable work and contributions to your employer. And sometimes, the first thing we do for you is to help you sleep better at night. If you’ve been stressing trying to figure out a difficult legal situation by yourself, you can put it in our expert and experienced hands and go back to focusing on other areas of your life.
And as we handle your case, we don’t just think about the money result for our client, even though that is certainly important. But we also consider how each potential course of action to get the best result in your compensation dispute will affect your life overall – including your mental well-being, your reputation, and your career – so that we can advise you of your options and help you make an informed decision that works best for you. “What will best improve my client’s life?” is the question that constantly guides my advice and decision making in our clients’ cases.
So if you’re dealing with an employment compensation or contract claim or dispute with a current or former employer, contact us now so that we can see if we’ll be able take the lead for you.
Call us at (512) 410-1960, or get a free, confidential case review by email to see what the O’Brien Law Firm can do for you.
Kerry V. O’Brien
On May 25, 2023, the O’Brien Law Firm filed suit on behalf of 18 field inspectors in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas for over $1 million in unpaid bonuses and unpaid overtime pay and penalties. That case is Butler, et al. v. Access Restoration Services US, Inc., et al., […]Read More