Here's a question for the legal experts. The large company I work for has a secured employee parking lot with a cardreader and automatic gate for entry. There is a correct 30.06 sign on the entry gate. Historically, the company has fired employees who have been found with firearms in their vehicles. My understanding of Texas State law is that employers must provide equally secure parking for CHL holders as for non-CHL holders, correct? I've asked fellow CHL holders at work about requesting alternate secure parking and have been warned not to. Here's my convoluted legality question: is there legal precedent for suing a company for damages from an incident where I was unarmed due to their "illegal" policy which may have turned out differently had I been armed?