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Oil and Gas Disputes
Breach of Contract
Business Disputes
Breach of Fiduciary Relationship
International Business Litigation
Wrongful Death
Trucking Accidents
Defective Products
Car Accidents
Airplane Accidents
Burn Injuries
On the Job Injuries
Wills & Will Contests
Wrongful Termination
Business Disparagement
Non Compete Agreements

Civil Litigation

Business Litigation   |  Personal Injury Litigation  |   Civil Litigation
Will Contests

The validity of a will is not based on the “fairness” of the will or on whether an individual got what they wanted in the will. Evaluations of validity of wills include whether the will was properly signed (is the signature forged? was it witnessed?); whether the person making the will (the "testator") lacked testamentary capacity; whether the deceased was subjected to undue influence (or was under the influence of medication) when making the will; whether the deceased was fraudulently induced or tricked into signing the will or threatened with bodily harm; and if there was a mistake in the will.

If you believe you have been wrongfully denied your rightful inheritance, you must act immediately to protect your rights. Will contests are subject to time limitations. Contact Ron Salazar at (210) 627-9000  without delay if you believe the validity of a will should be examined.

Breach of Contract

Contract disputes can arise both between individuals and in business settings. If you are involved in a situation where another party is not living up to their obligations, or is claiming you are not living up to yours, call Ron Salazar at (210) 627-9000 so that we can explore your situation and seek the legal remedy to which you are entitled.

Wrongful Termination

Texas follows the “employment at will” rule which means that employees can be fired with or without cause. However, there are exceptions to this rule. Employers may not retaliate and fire you in certain circumstances and they may not fire you in violation of state or federal law. For example, you may have a case for wrongful termination if you were fired on the basis of discrimination, for reporting sexual harassment, on the basis of a disability or for requesting time off under FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act).

Business Disparagement

If you own a business and your competitors or other individuals are making false statements about your business you should bring a claim against them for “business disparagement.” Many Courts will issue a temporary restraining order which requires whoever is making the disparaging comments against your business to stop and remove the false statements from wherever they are published. After that, your business can be reimbursed for the loss of earnings that resulted from the false statements. In today’s internet environment, it is important to protect your business’s reputation. At the Ron Salazar Law Firm, we have successfully stopped disparagement with temporary restraining orders and taken judgments against those that disparage business. Call Ron Salazar at (210) 627-9000 for a free initial consultation to discuss your particular situation.

Non Compete Agreements

A non compete agreement is an important tool to help protect a business. At the Ron Salazar Law Firm we have drafted enforceable non compete agreements and litigated on behalf of individuals and businesses in this area. If you have an issue with a non compete agreement, call Ron Salazar at (210) 627-9000 for a free initial consultation.

Individual results will vary based on the specific facts and circumstances of each case. No representation is made by way of this website as to the outcome of any given case.