Representing Employees For Unpaid Wages And Class Action Litigation
At The Law Offices of Scott A. Miller, APC, our lawyers believe that when you work hard for your employer, then you should receive a day's pay, including your base wage and overtime. In other words, a day's work for a day's pay! It's that simple. You probably have heard the same words at some time in your life. Now, you have come to the right website if you are not receiving what you are owed.
We can only promise that if we take your case and you don't give up, you will receive aggressive legal counsel who cares and who understands what is going on.
Do I Have A Case?
If any of the following questions apply to your working situation, then you may have a strong case for seeking financial recovery
- Does Your Employer Alter, Change or Modify YourClock-In and Clock-Out Entries on the Time Clock or Written Time-Card?
- Are you told to work off-the-clock?
- Are you aware that you may not be receiving proper overtime pay if your employer does not use an electric time clock?
- Do you receive commission pay, and work over eight hours per day or over 40 hours per week?
- Do you receive a combination of hourly wages and a commission, but also work overtime?
- Do you have automatic deductions taken from your paycheck that you did not give written consent to?
- Did you have to purchase specific shoes or other safety equipment?
- If you work for commission and work overtime, do you get overtime pay for the commission, just as you would on an hourly wage?
- Does your employer provide you with a completely DUTY FREE REST BREAK during your work shift?
- Do you have to buy your own tools?
- Do you have to use your own vehicle for your job without being compensated for mileage?
- Do you work a four day, 10 hour a day workweek?
- Do you have to purchase your own uniform?
- Does your employer pay you in cash, or part in cash and part in check?
- Does your employer require you to buy their products, such as clothing, shoes, hats, etc.?
- Are you required to do certain job-related duties before you clock in?
- Are you required to do certain job-related duties after you clock out?
- Does your paycheck stub indicate your regular hours worked, your hourly wage, the overtime wage, the number of overtime hours, commission, bonus and all deductions?
- Do you have to use your own cellphone for work without receiving reimbursement?
- Does your meal break begin by the 5th hour? If you work 10 or more hours, do you receive a second meal break?
- If you have an employer that employs over 50 employees that have the same issues as you, would you be interested in helping all of the employees through a class action lawsuit?
- Are you concerned about other possible labor code violations that you want to discuss?
- If you work eight hours a day, do you get two 10 minute rest breaks where you are fully relieved of your job duties?
- Were you classified as a independent contractor?