Unpaid Wages and Commissions

Our Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio unpaid wage lawyers represent employees in wage disputes with their employers. In addition to bringing claims for individuals, federal wage laws allow employees to bring claims on behalf on groups of employees.

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), a federal law, mandates that exempt salaried employees must be paid at least once a month.  This law also requires employers to pay hourly workers at least twice a month.  Our unpaid wage attorneys represent employees who are not paid properly.  If you are not being paid appropriately by your employer, contact our Texas unpaid wage lawyers today.

Equal Pay for Men and WomenThe Equal Pay Act requires employers to pay male employees and female employees the same wages for the same work. In all too many work places, male employees, particularly managers, are paid more than their female counterparts. These female counterparts may have a claim for unpaid wages and commissions. Sometimes, women employees are paid more than male employees. Regardless of the gender being impacted, an employer must pay men and women the same when they perform the same work.

The Law Office of Rob Wiley, P.C. represents employees where men and women are not paid the same. If you believe that you are not paid as much as other employees because of your gender, you may have a claim for unpaid wages and commissions please contact us.

Once you submit this form, our wage and commission lawyers will review it to determine whether representation may be appropriate for our law firm. Once we have read your wage and commission claim 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.

Submitting this form does not make you our client. You will only become our client after both you and Mr. Wiley sign a representation agreement. In any claim where we represent multiple victims, we will endeavor to keep your information confidential. However, we may share your information with other clients or potential clients if the information would be beneficial to their case.

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