The Clock is Ticking

Employees: You Only Have A Limited Time to Recover Unpaid Overtime

It is important that you understand that Federal and State Overtime Laws imposes strict time limits on claiming and recovering overtime wages. This means that the longer an employee waits before filing an overtime lawsuit, the less money they may be entitled to recover. In most cases, an employee may recover up to two years of unpaid overtime if suit is filed promptly. In certain cases an employee may recover up to three years of overtime pay if suit is filed promptly.

Unpaid overtime lawsuits have been successfully filed against countless companies trying to make profits by not paying overtime. Greedy corporations have been found guilty of bilking employees out of their pay for working overtime. They force employees to remain on the job after clocking out, intimidate workers who ask for overtime pay, and fail to follow the new overtime regulations set by the government. If your employer has done this to you, call our Law Firm at 1.800.862.1260. If you need an aggressive Law Firm on your side, call us at 1.800.862.1260, the call is free, the consultation is free.

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