Our firm has successfully represented tens of thousands of workers in overtime claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and various state laws. Unfortunately, many employers all too often see violating federal and state wage laws as an easy way to increase their bottom line. We’ve represented workers in all sorts of industries, from meatpacking and call centers to nursing homes.
Amount we recovered in 2015 on behalf of Home Health Nurses & Therapists employed by Guardian Home Care.
Workers for whom we have recovered unpaid overtime wages during the last decade.
Amount recovered by the DOL in back wages in enforcement actions in 2015.
Here are some of the common overtime violations that we routinely encounter:
Our lawyers have handled overtime claims under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and various state laws all around the country. Our experienced lawyers and staff can help you navigate the complicated overtime laws and regulations and are always available to review your case – at no charge and with no obligation. Our firm has recovered millions of dollars of unpaid overtime on behalf of clients in over 20 states around the country. We believe workers should have lawyers in their corner willing to protect their right to an honest day’s pay for an honest day’s work.
We have represented thousands of workers in the following industries or with these job types:
In 2014, we filed, and then quickly settled for $3 million, a collective and class action complaint on behalf of nurses and therapists seeking unpaid overtime wages against Guardian Home Care Holdings, Inc. and its parent company Accentcare, Inc.Read More
In early 2017, after more than two years of hard-fought litigation, we reached a $1.75 million settlement on behalf of home health workers seeking overtime wages owed to them from Intrepid U.S.A., Inc.Read More
Our firm represented over 900 Metro Nashville correctional officers in a combined Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective action and Rule 23 unjust enrichment class action.Read More
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