Albuquerque  Overtime Lawyer

Get Your Albuquerque  Overtime Pay

If you have not been paid a fair  Albuquerque overtime paycheck call  our employment overtime lawyers.

Let us Help You Get Paid and Get Back to Living.

New Mexico Overtime Law- Albuquerque-Las Cruces-Santa Fe

New Mexico law requires that any individual working more than 40 hours in any given workweek must be paid one and one-half times the regular hourly rate of pay for those extra hours.

We handle claims for Albuquerque employees cheated out of their wages.

Were you robbed of your overtime wages in Albuquerque and nearby cities of:

South Valley, North Valley, Rio Rancho,  Corrales,  Bernalillo, Los Lunas, Belen, Santa Fe, Los Alamos,  Grants, .Espanola, Socorro, Las Vegas, and Taos, NM. Call our Albuquerque office
4801 Lang Avenue NE #110,
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Did Your Albuquerque Employer try to avoid paying overtime in one the following ways?

Having you work “off the clock”?
Denying you overtime pay when the overtime is not approved by management;
Paying you your  regular rate for overtime work;
Carrying over one week’s overtime hours into another week;
Using a timekeeping method that automatically “clocks you  out” either for lunch periods or at the end of a time period, regardless of whether you continue to  work for the clocked-out time;
Require you to arrive early to perform necessary preparations for work, including putting on or removing protective gear; and
altering employees’ time sheets.

New Mexico Overtime Law

The following employees covered under federal law for overtime are not covered under New Mexico law:

Foremen, superintendents, and supervisors.
Employees working for the federal government.
Employees of charitable, religious, or nonprofit organizations living in group homes operated by those organizations for mentally retarded or emotionally or developmentally disabled persons.
Salespersons or employees working on a piece-rate or commission basis or on a flat-rate schedule.
Students in primary or secondary schools working after school hours or during vacation.
Registered apprentices.
Employees under the age of 19 who are not students in primary, secondary, vocational, or training schools.
Employees under the age of 19 who are not graduates of a secondary school.
Employees working for an ambulance service.
G.I. Bill trainees under training.

The following individuals not covered under federal law for overtime are covered under New Mexico law:

Employees covered under the federal Motor Carriers Act (e.g. individuals engaged involved in transportation of goods or people by car or truck).
Railroad employees.
Air transportation employees.
Outside buyers of agricultural goods.
Seamen.
Announcers, news editors, or chief engineers of radio and television stations in certain small towns and cities.
Salespersons and mechanics involved in selling or servicing automobiles, trucks, and farm implements.
Salespersons of trailers, boats, and aircraft.
Local delivery persons.
Livestock auction employees.
Small country grain elevator employees.
Employees involved in the transportation of fruits and vegetables.
Taxicab drivers.
Firefighters and law enforcement personnel (federal law covers such individuals if the agency employing them employs more than five such individuals).
Employees of movie theaters.
Small-scale forestry or timber employees.
Employees of recreational establishments in national parks.

If your employer has failed to pay you your overtime pay speak to one of our wage and hour lawyers today/

Wage and Hour Bureau Offices  of the New Mexico Department of Labor’s Labor and Industry Division:

Albuquerque Office
625 Silver St. SW Suite 410.
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: (505) 841-4400
Fax: (505) 841-4422

Las Cruces Office
226 South Alameda
Las Cruces, NM 88006
Phone: (575) 524-6195
Fax: (505) 524-6194

Santa Fe Office
1596 Pacheco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87502
Phone: (505) 827-6817
Fax: (505) 827-9676

At the Loren Law Group of Albuquerque  we have the experience it takes   to help you with claims against your  employer who has  violated any  regulations and laws.  Overtime is regulated by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).  Our overtime  lawyers can help you get the monies that are owed you.