Based on a landmark survey, the average worker loses $2,634 each year as a result of wage violations. Let us get you back your hard-earned money. Common wage violations include: working off the clock; having your meal break denied, shortened, or interrupted; unpaid or underpaid overtime; inaccurate calculations of pay rate or overtime rate; improper tip procedures; misclassifying employees as salary exempt; not compensating employees for preliminary or post-liminary activities; misclassifying employees as independent contractors; and many more.
The national wage and hour lawyers of Mansell Law LLC hold offices in New York and Ohio and can assist individuals across the country in overtime and wage lawsuits. Let us work to get you the wages you have already earned. Contact Us Today. [email protected] or 1-855-202-0047.
Why Should You Hire Us?
We have more than two decades in combined experience taking on large corporations and the biggest law firms. We know how to navigate even the largest and most complex wage and hour matters.
We get results. Period. No one will fight harder to get you the unpaid overtime or other wages that you are owed.
Our results and our knowledge come from our passion. Highly profitable companies cheat the workers that make them all their money. We thrive on getting those individuals what they are owed.
Results We’ve Obtained
Below are some of the results we’ve obtained for our clients.
However, many results cannot be posted due to confidentiality provisions.
Healthcare professionals alleged claims for unpaid overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and State Laws.
Inside Sales employees alleged they were misclassified as salary, exempt employees that were entitled to overtime pay for hours worked in excess of 4o each work week.
State Nurses alleged time shaving before and after their shifts which resulted in unpaid overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Technicians, Repairmen, and Installers alleged failure to pay for time spent on administrative tasks and required paper work which resulted in unpaid overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Construction workers alleged being forced to work off the clock and not receiving overtime pay for the hours worked over 40 in a workweek. After contentious litigation, the matter resolved before trial.
Jury verdict for misclassifying a repairman as salary, exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Employee entitled to unpaid overtime pay.