If You Have Been Denied Your Overtime Pay?
You Can Sue Your Employer
Can You Get Results?
That Depends On The Facts.
If your employer hasn’t given you a paycheck for the hours you have worked, you may decide to pursue an overtime lawsuit against your employer by hiring an experienced overtime lawyer.
If you are a non exempt worker who works more than 40 hours in one week you must be paid one and one-half times your regular pay for every hour worked in excess of forty hours. To learn about whether you are eligible for overtime pay and a potential overtime lawsuit call our law office. Federal law provides protection to you as an employee.
Overtime laws are enforced by the Wage-Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor. Some states have their own overtime laws.
Are you working over 40 hours a week and not getting your overtime pay? Get the facts by calling the Loren Law Group today.
Your employer may have violated provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which requires employers to pay overtime pay for people working over 40 hours per week.
Major Insurance Company Fires Employee for “Working off the Clock”
A United States Federal Court judge conducted a jury trial and awarded $111,265.00 to client Richard Mashie, and insurance appraiser who was given so much work that it took him 60 to 70 hours a week to complete.
His employer terminated him claiming that “he was working off the clock” and for “poor performance.”
Attorney James Loren argued for double liquidated damages, and the Court awarded Mashie an additional $111,265.00 – double his wages – for the employer’s unlawful actions.
$222,530 – Jury Trial Verdict in 15 Months
How can I Prove I Did Not Get My Overtime Pay?
1. Keep careful track of your pay and
2. Know how many hours you have worked
There are several different methods under the FLSA for an employee to recover unpaid overtime wages. Your overtime lawyer can explain these to you.
Call the Overtime Lawyers At The Loren Law Group
What Are Most Of the Overtime Lawsuits We Have Filed About?
Workers’ tell us that they had to put in more than 40 hours a week without overtime pay because
They were forced to work off the clock.
Their jobs were misclassified as exempt from overtime requirements.
Their Smartphones, emails, and off the clock requirements were mandatory