On March 29, 2014, Kerry O’Brien served as one of three community judges for the 10th annual Austin Rose of Tralee Festival, held at the Fado Irish pub in downtown Austin. The Rose of Tralee festival is an international festival that has been based out of Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland since 1959. Every year for […]Read More
I’m Kerry O’Brien, an attorney and a former hearing officer with the Texas Workforce Commission (over 800 hearings as a hearing officer). I help you fight to win your TWC unemployment hearing, regardless of where you are. Since 2008, I have handled hundreds of unemployment hearings for tons of satisfied clients around Texas and even the world. Whether you’re in Dallas, Austin, Houston, El Paso, Brownsville, Amarillo, Beaumont – or anywhere in between – I can help.
We represent claimants on a reasonable, flat-fee basis, about one week of benefits at the current TWC capped rate. We charge a *true* flat fee, meaning that you pay one fee regardless of how many hearing sessions it takes to complete your hearing. Because I know exactly what I’m doing from the beginning to the end, you get dedicated and skilled representation for less than the cost of most attorneys that have little to no TWC experience. Also, as an employment attorney, I evaluate your case during the hearing process, for free, to determine if any employment laws have been broken.
I have also provided a substantial amount of TWC services for small employers around Texas, including basic consultation as well as representation for hearings and tax audits.
How does it work? Contact me NOW, at (512) 410-1960 or by filling out the form below. We’ll set you up quickly and block off your hearing time on the calendar immediately. If you just received your initial determination, we may be able to appeal that for you. If your unemployment benefits are important to you, you should get me as your unemployment attorney. (Please note that the firm cannot assist if you have already gone through the Appeals Tribunal telephone hearing.)
Contact me now with the form below, or call (512) 410-1960. Your contact form info goes straight to me, Kerry O’Brien.
On March 11, 2014, a unanimous federal jury in San Antonio found that federal contractor Stobil Enterprises had engaged in unlawful retaliation under federal law when it fired employees Reyes and Houston for filing a complaint for unpaid overtime. Reyes and Houston worked as cooks in the kitchen of a veterans’ rehab facility in San […]Read More