San Francisco Wage Dispute Lawyers
Lawless & Lawless - San Francisco Wages and Hours Claims Lawyers
Both California and federal law provide strict protection to employees for timely payment of all wages and overtime. If you have not been paid wages to which you are entitled, contact the California wage dispute attorneys at Lawless & Lawless.
We can analyze your situation to see whether your employer has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) or California law with respect to:
- Minimum wage violations
- Mandatory "work off the clock"
- Unpaid overtime claims
- Refusal to provide meal times or periodic breaks
- Exempt or nonexempt employee status
- Inflated job titles to disqualify employees from rights to overtime pay
- Unpaid sales commissions
- Workers hired as independent contractors serving as de facto employees
In our experience, wage and hour claims can include aspects of employment discrimination or employer retaliation, particularly in cases where complaints about unpaid overtime result in termination or discipline.
Some unpaid wage claims provide for double damages attorney's fees, so that they are not deducted from your back pay award. In some instances, the employer's practice of underpaying its workforce is widespread enough to justify certifying the lawsuit as a class action.
For further information about our experience with unpaid wage or overtime claims, contact the Bay Area wage and hour attorneys at Lawless & Lawless.
The San Francisco wage dispute attorneys at Lawless & Lawless represent employees in claims for unpaid overtime, minimum wage violations, denial of breaks or meal times, job title inflation, mandatory work off the clock, and other state or federal wages and hours violations. Our wage and hour claim lawyers serve clients throughout California, including San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego, Stockton, Fresno, Modesto, Alameda County, Marin County, Sonoma County, Napa County, Contra Costa County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, and Solano County.