Are You Owed Unpaid Overtime?
Up to 70 % of employers ARE NOT in compliance with wage and hour laws.
If you answer YES to all of these questions, you may be owed back overtime pay:
- Do you work as a computer programmer, system engineer or a similar job?
- Do you work more than 40 hours per week?
- Do you NOT receive time and a-half for all hours worked over 40 per week?
You may be entitled to recover a significant amount of unpaid overtime.
Submit your information now to find out how much you may be owed.
Procrastination can be costly; there are strict time limits that apply to any claim to recover unpaid overtime. Unless you are 100% certain that you are not legally entitled to overtime pay and/or that your overtime pay has been calculated correctly, you should take a few minutes NOW to get a free and confidential review of your particular situation.
You have nothing to lose – the review is free and we work on a straight contingency basis, meaning there is no fee if there is no recovery.
- Wait / Delay: Strict time limits apply to overtime claims. Generally, recovery is limited to the 2-3 year period prior to the date the claim is filed.
- Rely on your boss or HR for critical information about your overtime pay rights.
Our firm has a national practice and represents individuals 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 overtime pay rights of individual employees.