Inland Empire Overtime Attorney

Our Harvard Employment Lawyer Recovers Workers’ Wages

According to California law, workers are entitled to overtime pay when they work in excess of 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week. While there are exemptions to this rule, far fewer employees fall under these exemptions than most people realize. For example, it is commonly believed that salary workers are not entitled to overtime pay, but this is patently false under California law.

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Why hire Attorney Alan Burton Newman? Because he:

  • Utilizes over 30 years of experience
  • Has won millions on behalf of his clients
  • Handles cases entirely over the phone or email
  • Recovers cases within a 90-day period on average
  • Is a graduate of Harvard Law with an impressive case history

30 Years of Experience Representing Clients in California

At the firm of Alan Burton Newman, PLC, we have spent decades representing employees who have been denied their rightful hourly wages, including salary workers and commission earners. Overtime law in California is very clear—if any worker exceeds the legal work week of 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week, they must be paid additional wages for the excess hours.

California overtime rates are the following:

  • 150% regular pay past 8 hours or 6 consecutive days
  • 200% regular pay after 12 hours of work
  • 200% pay past 8 hours after 6 consecutive days

If you are unsure whether or not you are entitled to overtime pay, the likelihood is that you are. However, there is one way to know for sure—contact our experienced Inland Empire employment law attorney. Our firm has the insight and knowledge to help you understand your case with clarity.

Our Inland Empire Attorney Handles Cases Over the Phone!

There are many advantages to working with Alan Burton Newman, PLC. For one, our firm can handle employment and overtime cases remotely—this means you never have to drive out to our office. To handle your case, you only ever need to call or email us. In addition, you only pay our firm if you recover compensation.

The third advantage of our firm is our extensive experience with wage and hour cases. Due to our insight and understanding, our clients on average recover their wages within only 90 days. Only three months from the moment we take on the case, our clients will often receive the wages that are rightfully theirs. You can trust our proven results.

If you have been denied appropriate pay, call our firm. (855) 912-6573