Chicago Overtime Lawyer

Get Your Chicago Overtime Pay

If you have not been paid a fair  Chicago overtime paycheck call  our employment overtime lawyers.
Fair Labor Standards Act and State Wage-Hour Laws Cover Your Overtime Wage Laws

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires your Chicago employer to pay overtime. You are due overtime pay for working more than 40 hours per week in most situations.

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that all nonexempt Chicago  employees be paid at least the minimum wage for all hours worked. The FLSA also states that nonexempt employees who work more than 40 hours in the workweek must receive at least one and one-half times their regular rate of pay for the overtime hours worked . A work week, which can begin on any day of the week. It  is  a 7 consecutive day period; a  24-hour period or 168 consecutive hours.

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

Did Your Chicago 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.

Are You A Salaried  Chicago employee misclassified as exempt?

Exemptions for salaried employees apply  to professionals, such as doctors or lawyers, or high-level employees who have a considerable amount of discretion in management positions. If you are not exempt  FLSA laws are entitle you  to be paid for all time worked in excess of 40 hours per week.  Employers frequently violate FLSA by failing to pay overtime to salaried employees because they have misclassified you  as exempt. If your employer misclassified you as exempt, our  overtime lawyers can help.

At the Loren Law Group  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 compensation you deserve if your employer didn’t pay you your  overtime pay properly.

Let us   help you receive the compensation you deserve.