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10 Things You Should Know

1. Common Overtime Violations
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2. You CAN Afford to Hire a Lawyer
  • We handle cases on a contingent fee basis – no fee if no recovery.
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3. Double Back Pay
  • You can recover up to double your unpaid overtime wages plus attorneys’ fees.
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4. Strict Time Limits Apply
  • Federal law limits recovery of back overtime wages to the 2 to 3 year period prior to the date a claim is filed. Some states have longer time limits.
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5. Claim Reviews are Confidential
  • Our review of your potential claim is free and strictly confidential. We will not contact your employer as part of our review.
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6. You Can’t Sign Away Your Right to Overtime Pay
  • Your overtime pay rights can’t be given up by signing a contract or by agreeing to be paid straight time only or a flat day rate.
  • If you are owed overtime pay, overtime pay laws in your state allow you to seek lost wages from your employer, regardless of any prior agreement.
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7. Employers must Comply with State AND Federal Overtime Laws
  • Many states have enacted overtime laws which are more favorable to workers than federal law – such as daily overtime pay. Employers must comply with whichever law is more beneficial to workers.
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8. Do Not Rely on your Boss or HR Department
  • Employers often give inaccurate information about overtime pay laws and aren’t looking out for your best interest. The overtime laws are complex. If you are not paid time and a half after 40 hours, you should contact us for a free, confidential review.
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9. Most Employers are Not in Compliance
  • According to the Department of Labor, up to 70% of employers are NOT in compliance with the overtime laws. If you are not being paid time and a half after 40, you should have your situation reviewed.
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10. Courthouse Doors are Closing
  • Employers are rushing to force employees to sign arbitration agreements that prevent employees from bringing cases as a group or class action.
  • If you’ve signed an arbitration agreement, you can still pursue your overtime claim but it’s important to have your situation reviewed so you can know your options.
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