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Have you experienced pay and overtime issues at your place of employment?

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What pay and overtime issues mean

 

California employment law protects the fair pay, overtime, and breaks you are entitled to. If your employer isn’t following the law, you may be able to recover back pay and other monetary compensation.

There are many ways an employer can violate your rights as a worker. These include failing to fully pay you on time, or failing to track and pay your overtime, or even failing to relieve you of work duties during breaks.

Employers also violate the law when they misclassify employees as independent contractors or as “exempt” workers when they are actually regular, hourly, non-exempt workers. Even injuries from an accident on the job can lead to pay issues.

If any of these things happen to you, contact us now, and we can provide you with legal help on a range of pay and overtime issues.

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    Tell us about your situation

    We’ll set up a phone interview with you and one of our case managers to review your situation in detail and determine next steps.

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    One of our expert attorneys will have a one-to-one, personal phone consultation with you to explain all legal options.

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Why is it important to act quickly?

 

Your case has a statute of limitations under California employment law, which means it expires at a certain date. Because of this, it is important to seek the help of a California employment law attorney as soon as you can to avoid the expiration date.

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There is an expiration date on filing a case.

Don’t give up your rights. Let us help you file your case today.

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