Employment Law

Working hard for you for the hard work you do: Hourly wages and overtime

State and federal laws require your employer to pay you for the work that you do plus, for most employees, one and one-half times your regular rate of pay when you work over 40 hours in one week. However, many employers do not comply with the law, and you need a lawyer to get you the wages you earned. Our attorneys represent employees from all sectors of the economy who are not paid what they are owed – from nurses, to supermarket employees, to computer programmers, to construction workers, to domestic employees. Many times we recover not only what the employer should have paid the employee in the first place, but also additional monetary damages and attorney’s fees to compensate the employee for not having been paid as required. Our reputation for winning awards and pursuing claims under state and federal wage laws is highly respected among other employment attorneys, who seek our advice for their own wage and overtime cases.

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