Overtime Pay

The Dallas Overtime Pay Lawyers and San Antonio Overtime Pay Lawyers at The Law Office of Rob Wiley, P.C. represent individuals or groups of individuals who believe they have an overtime pay claim. Every year employers in the United States underpay their employees. You might be surprised, but this adds up to billions of dollars each year in unpaid wages. Under federal law, almost every employee in this country is owed minimum wage (currently $7.25 per hour) and overtime wages for every hour worked over forty hours a week. 

The law, not the employer, dictates who most be paid hourly and who can be paid salary. However, employers often take advantage of an employee's ignorance of the law and pay employees less than what is owed.  Employees who are mistakenly paid salary instead of hourly, with overtime, are often owed owed thousand or tens of thousands of dollars. Contact out Dallas, Austin, or San Antonio employers today if you are owed unpaid wages.

Once you submit this form, our overtime pay lawyers will review it to determine whether representation may be appropriate for our law firm. Once we have read your overtime pay submission you may be contacted by the law firm for more information or to arrange for representation. It is very important that you correctly list your email address and a phone number where you can be reached.

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