Are You Getting Paid What You Deserve?

It’s against the law for employers to refuse to pay certain kinds of workers overtime (at least 1½ times normal pay) for working more than 40 hours per week. Some employers also break the law by requiring work (or preparation for work, or cleanup after work) to be done “off the clock.”

Do you have a claim?

  • Do you work more than 40 hours per week without overtime pay?
  • Does your employer owe you back wages or unpaid overtime?
  • Do you have to work (or get ready for work, or clean up after work) “off the clock?”
  • Are you paid less than minimum wage?
  • Do you have to work through meal or other breaks without being paid?
  • Are you paid a “salary,” but performing the same tasks as hourly workers?
  • Are you being “docked” time (time taken out of your paycheck) for meals, breaks, etc. that you never took?
  • Do you have to commute between job sites without being paid for that time?
  • Are you treated as an “independent contractor,” but the person who pays your checks controls the details of your work?

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Which best describes your work-related dispute?
I am an hourly worker but I am not being paid time and one-half for work over 40 hours per week
I am an hourly worker but I am not being paid overtime
My paycheck “bounced” (wasn’t honored when I tried to cash it)
I am owed for work that I was never paid for
I have to dress or undress (or put on or take off safety equipment) while “off the clock” or “punched out”
I am paid a salary (a set amount each pay period), but I perform the same jobs as people being paid an hourly wage
Meals or breaks are deducted from my paycheck but I have to work through them
I have am required to be at work while “off the clock”
I have to work at home or outside the workplace, but I am not paid for that time
I have other deductions or amounts taken from my paycheck that I don’t feel are right or legal

The laws covering worker pay are complicated, and often employers GET IT WRONG. The U.S. Department of Labor has estimated that 70% of all employers in this country MAY NOT BE PAYING THEIR EMPLOYEES CORRECTLY according to the law.

10,000s of workers already have claims pending against their employers.

NOTE: It is illegal for your employer to retaliate against you for pursuing a valid claim under the Fair Labor Standards Act!

You deserve to be paid for the work you performed!

Call us right now at 1-866-716-8300 or fill out the form above and we will call you back for a free consultation!