Have you been mistreated at work? Are you not getting paid for the wages you’ve earned? Now is the time to stand up for your rights! The legal professional at Alan Burton Newman, PLC is here to advocate on your behalf.
When you work over 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week that is considered overtime and should come along with higher wages. If you have not been properly compensated for working overtime, Attorney Newman is ready to take on your case. We can handle everything remotely, allowing you to remain in the comfort of your home while we resolve your legal concerns.
Take the first step to recovering your wages by calling us at (310) 986-2792.
California and federal law are very clear on when employers are supposed to pay overtime wages to certain non-exempt employees. This applies to all types of non-exempt employees, whether they are paid salary, hourly wages, or commission.
Under the law, overtime wages are determined by the following:
If you notice that your paychecks do not reflect these standards, you need to speak up. Our San Diego employment law attorney can review your situation right away and help you determine whether or not you have a valid wage and hour case.
Am I eligible to receive overtime pay?
Every non-exempt employee is entitled to receive overtime wages. If you believe you haven’t been given the proper amount for your extra hours, we can help.
Can I receive overtime if I am a salary employee?
Yes! So long as you are not an exempt employee who exercises independent business judgement or manages other employees, you can be eligible for overtime wages.
What if I work more than 40 hours a week but not more than 7 hours a day?
You can still be entitled to overtime wages so long as you are exceeding the 40 hours a week minimum.
What if my employer asks me to log out and remain at work?
This is still considered overtime work, even if your hours aren’t recorded. Keep track of your hours so that you can prove to the court that you haven’t been paid for your overtime.
How long do I have to file an overtime claim?
The statute of limitations is three years, but can be extended by a year in some cases.
I don’t work at my old job anymore. Can I still file a claim?
Yes. Even if you don’t work with the employer who denied you overtime anymore, you can still file a claim for overtime wages.
As a seasoned San Diego employment lawyer, Attorney Newman is prepared to resolve your wage and hour dispute. More than that, we make sure there is completely no risk to you. How do we do this? By accepting cases on a contingency fee basis. This means if we don’t win your case, you don’t pay a single legal fee! That is how confident we are in our ability to resolve your case. Remember, we have an average recovery time of 90 days and can handle everything via phone or email.
Recovering your lost overtime wages is simple when you come to Alan Burton Newman, PLC. You can fill out a free case evaluation to begin.
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