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Focusing on Wage Violation Cases Nationwide

Fair Labor Law is a law firm dedicated to enforcing workers’ rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act—the federal law that guarantees overtime pay and minimum wages—together with other state and federal wage laws.

Are you not being paid overtime and suspect you may have been misclassified as an exempt employee or independent contractor? Are you required to do some of your work “off-the-clock" before or after clocking in? Does your boss keep part of your tips require you to work through an unpaid meal break?

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Are You...

  • Not being paid overtime?
  • Required to do some of your work “off-the-clock"?
  • Request you to work through an unpaid meal break?

Fair Labor Law is here to help you and provide legal guidance as needed.

Hear From Our Satisfied Clients

We hope to add you to our roster of satisfied clients who have experienced positive changes in their work environments, employment, and financial stability through our legal counsel.

"I appreciated how genuine and honest Aaron was."
I appreciated how genuine and honest Aaron was.
- Former Client

Committed to Championing Workers’ Rights 

Prevailing in a wage theft claim or lawsuit requires extensive knowledge of the applicable laws and exhaustive research and case preparation. We are meticulous in our approach and we give each client’s case the personalized and thorough attention it deserves. Our attorney has earned a strong reputation with judges and fellow lawyers, and we are also deeply familiar with how state and federal agencies, as well as courts, adjudicate these cases. When you come to us for help, our unpaid wages attorney will carefully evaluate your specific circumstances, help you understand your rights, and advise whether you have a case. From there, our team will review all available legal options and help you make an informed decision on how to move forward. 

Why Choose Us to Represent You?

  • Supportive
    Helping his clients at every step of their case and making sure they never feel alone.
  • High Quality
    Mr. Johnson's attention to detail and commitment to his clients are the pillars of his firm.
  • Reputable
    Throughout his career, Mr. Johnson's exceptional work has made a lasting impression and garnered an outstanding reputation with judges and clients.
  • Meticulous
    In every case, Mr. Johnson applies careful research and writing to ensure the best possible outcome.

Fair Labor Law Handles Many Types of Wage Violations

Not all wage violations will be immediately obvious. It may take weeks, months, or even years for an employee to realize they are a victim of wage theft. No matter your circumstances, you should immediately seek legal advice from a qualified attorney who concentrates on wage claims if you suspect you are not being appropriately compensated.

Our wage-hour lawyer can assist you with cases involving:

  • Straight Time for Overtime. When you are covered by state or federal overtime law, you are entitled to “time and a half,” or 1.5 times your regular hourly rate of pay. Even if you are paid a salary, day rate, or on some other non-hourly basis,  the law specifies how to calculate your regular hourly rate for overtime purposes. “Straight time for overtime” occurs when an employee receives only their regular rate of pay when they should be receiving overtime compensation. Read more.
  • Unpaid Time. You must be paid for all hours of work and be paid time and a half your regular hourly rate when you work more than 40 hours in a week if you are a non-exempt employee covered by federal or state overtime laws. If you are required to do some of your work “off-the-clock,” you might be owed unpaid wages. Read more.
  • Independent Contractor Misclassification. Your employer may attempt to misclassify you as an independent contractor in order to avoid paying legally mandated benefits, including overtime pay. Even if you were paid with a Form 1099 or you signed an agreement labeling you an independent contractor, you might legally be an employee entitled to overtime pay. Read more.

Contact us online or call (888) 333-7147 to speak to our employment law attorney about your case. We offer our legal services in English and Spanish.

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