The lawyers at Johnson // Becker have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and trial verdicts for thousands of hardworking American individuals and families.
To learn how we can help you and your family, please contact us for a Free Case Evaluation. We would be honored to speak with you and will respond promptly to every inquiry we receive.Get a Free Case Review
Learn more about our Unpaid Wages & Overtime practice by following the links below:
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) – Learn about the federal laws created to protect you.
- Common Overtime, Wage and Hour Violations – Six of the most common ways that an employer will steal your money.
- Overtime Pay For Exempt Employees – Has your employer misclassified you as an exempt employee?
Do I Need an Unpaid Wages & Overtime Lawyer?
We understand that for millions of Americans, it is a struggle to just make a decent living. For the most part, the backbone of our country is powered by employees who absolutely depend on their paychecks to take care of their families.
While most employers do the right thing and pay their employees what they deserve, unfortunately many do not.
Wage and hour violations including unpaid or withheld overtime pay by employers is shameful. Our law firm works tirelessly to get compensation for people who have been taken advantage of by unscrupulous employers.
Did you know that according to researchers at UCLA and the Center for Urban Economic Development, employees are losing almost $50 billion in unpaid wages annually?
This money is literally being stolen out of the pockets of hardworking employees and is where the legal services of our law firm can help you.
Labor and employment laws are very complex. In many instances, the only way an employee will ever recover lost compensation is by hiring a law firm to investigate their individual circumstances and then by filing a civil lawsuit.
We can help you understand your rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act, let you know if you have a case and get you the compensation you deserve.
Again, if you feel that your employer is violating their requirement to pay you what you deserve, you should contact us for a Free Case Evaluation. We would be honored to speak with you and will respond promptly to every inquiry we receive.