Denver & Colorado Employment Law Lawyer
Get the Pay You Deserve
If you work, you must be properly paid. It sounds simple enough, but this basic principal of American law is routinely flouted in the workplace. Colorado and federal law require employers to pay minimum wage and time-and-a-half for overtime to most employees, to provide rest breaks for every four hours worked, and to pay employees for every hour worked. But many workers are improperly paid.
We fight wage theft. We help workers who are being deprived of their earned wages. These include servers whose tips are being stolen by their employers, commissioned employees whose pay is being illegally calculated, truck drivers who are wrongly classified as being exempt from overtime, nurses who are being forced to work through their legally required rest breaks, construction workers and laborers who not paid for all hours worked, janitors who are not paid even minimum wage, students and interns who are required to do free work. We represent those and many others who are simply not getting the pay to which they are legally entitled.
Contact Your Colorado Employment Law Lawyer
Call 303-466-3529 or contact us online today to discuss your concerns. Speak with an experienced:
- Denver Employment Law Lawyer
- Colorado Springs Employment Law Lawyer
- Fort Collins Employment Law Lawyer
- Greeley Employment Law Lawyer
There are no fees unless we win your case.
We specialize in wage and hour class action lawsuits, fighting companies who steal fair pay from their employees. We only represent employees, and we only work on wage and hour cases.
Related Web Links:
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Wage and Hour Division
Federal Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division
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