Overtime Labor Laws and FLSA Legal Rights
We represent individuals such as yourself across the country in overtime wage and hour claims. Our focus, commitment, and mission are to aggressively protect the rights of workers to receive “fair pay” for every hour of the work day. For more than a decade, we have dedicated ourselves to preserving and protecting the rights of individual employees. No matter how high the stakes and regardless of how large the company — we fight to win, until the end.
The state and federal laws (the Fair Labor Standards Act or FLSA) that govern an employee’s right to overtime pay can be intricate, complex, and often confusing, due in part to the differences in laws from state to state. Federal and state overtime pay laws and regulations establish minimum wage, overtime pay, record keeping, and youth employment standards. If your current or former employer has violated the overtime rules ,you may be entitled to recover double your unpaid overtime wages. In order to do this, you will need an established, experienced, aggressive and respected team of attorneys on your side, which is where we come in.
The rules and regulations established by the Fair Labor Standards Act can be complicated by differing state laws and regulations. The good news, however, is that workers are entitled to whichever law is more favorable and provides them with greater protections. Whether you are from California, Texas, or another state where the laws on overtime may be confusing, let us answer your questions to make sure you are being properly compensated for all of your hard work. Find out how we can help you recover the unpaid overtime pay that you and your co-workers are rightfully owed. As there are important time limits that apply to any potential overtime claim you may have, you should act promptly to ensure that your rights are protected.
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