Get Back Your Wages and Overtime Pay!
Up to 80% of workers are entitled to receive overtime pay. Even if you were being paid a salary, were a manager or supervisor, did not receive prior approval for overtime hours, agreed to not receive overtime pay, or worked less instead of receiving overtime pay, you can recover overtime pay. Employers often will try and use these tactics to avoid paying overtime.
If you suspect your employer is wrongfully denying you overtime pay, contact the Florida overtime pay attorneys at The Trial Professionals immediately. Our Florida unpaid wage lawyers may be able to recover damages up to twice the amount of unpaid overtime owed to you. However, you only have a certain amount of time to file your claim. Failing to file within this time period may prevent you from ever collecting unpaid overtime.
Our overtime lawyers may be able to recover damages up to twice the amount of unpaid overtime owed to you. However, you only have a certain amount of time to file your claim. Contact our experienced Florida overtime lawyers today.
If you suspect you are not being properly compensated for your overtime hours, you may be able to file a claim against your employer to recover your unpaid overtime wages. There is a time limit for filing overtime claims, and employers are prohibited by federal law from retaliating against those who take legal action. Do not hesitate to contact us today by completing our free case review form on the right.
If you were not paid at a rate of time-and-a-half for hours worked over 40, you may be eligible to recover overtime damages through a lawsuit. Contact our Florida employment attorneys today to find out how we can help you recover back pay and additional overtime damages for your employer's violations.
You may be entitled to back wages for overtime and under-payment. Contact one of our Florida labor attorneys to make sure you are receiving the compensation you are legally entitled to.