Los Angeles Wage & Hour Violations Attorneys
We Will Fight to Recover Compensation for Your Hard Work
The state of California has numerous strict laws that protect employees from unfair wage and hour practices, such as forcing workers to work through unpaid meal breaks or working unpaid overtime. Although these laws are intended to make sure vulnerable employees are not taken advantage of by unscrupulous employers, some employers are crafty and make it difficult to identify when they violate the law. Additionally, employees are sometimes afraid to speak up about their mistreatment because they fear they will lose their job or face other forms of retaliation.
That is why our fierce legal advocates at Azadegan Law Group, APC are committed to using our superior legal skills and knowledge of the law to help workers throughout Los Angeles fight for the justice they deserve in the workplace. Whether your boss frequently asks you to stay beyond your scheduled shift to work extra hours without being compensated, or your employer refuses to hand over your final paycheck, we can walk you through all of your options under the law and help you find the right solution.
Wage & Hour Disputes We Handle
We proudly help workers of all backgrounds hold employers accountable for the following illegal practices:
- Failing to Pay Minimum Wage for Covered Nonexempt Employees
- Unpaid Overtime
- Incorrectly Calculated Overtime Wages
- Misclassifying employees as exempt or as Independent Contractors
- Failing to Pay Wages for Sales Commission
- Forcing Employees to Work Through Their Designated Meals or Breaks
Set Up Your Consultation with Our Legal Team Today
While wage and hour laws are extremely complex, our attorneys are familiar with the various nuances of exempt and nonexempt classifications and can help you determine if you have a solid claim to pursue compensation. When you choose our firm to handle your case, we will make sure you are treated fairly throughout each phase of the legal process.
If you are ready to schedule a case consultation with our employment law lawyers, please call (310) 340-1550 or contact us online.