Is your employer taking advantage of you? Today, more than ever, employers take advantage of dedicated employees by demanding employees work more hours for less pay. Employers often get away with underpaying employees because employees do not know their rights. For example, being paid a salary does not automatically mean you are not entitled to overtime and if you are entitled to overtime in most cases an employer must pay overtime for all hours worked above 40 in a week. An employer cannot avoid paying overtime by simply refusing to approve it.
There are both state and federal laws that protect an employee's right to be paid for the work they perform. The most common wage & hour violations involve an employer's failure to pay overtime, failure to pay for all hours worked and failure to pay minimum wages.
Carroll Law Firm, SC focuses its entire legal practice on representing employees, professionals and executives. Loyalties will never be divided because the firm does not represent employers. Attorney Douglas J. Carroll, Jr., the founder and managing attorney at Carroll Law Firm, SC has the knowledge and tenacity to effectively fight for justice regardless of the size and recourses of the employer or the law firm they hire.
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During the Free Initial Assessment we will discuss the basic facts of your situation, potential legal issues to explore in greater detail and your options for legal representation.
Milwaukee Area Wage & Hour Attorney
If you believe your employer is not paying your wages properly, contact Carroll Law Firm, SC, a Milwaukee Wage & Hour Law Firm that will work tirelessly to advocate for your employee rights. When you contact us you will speak directly to an attorney. In our first communication we provide a free initial assessment of your case and in most cases you will be invited to come to our office for a more detailed consultation.
We will listen to you and elicit important facts so that we may conduct a meticulous evaluation of your situation. You will get sound, straightforward legal advice about your rights, a considered evaluation of your entire situation, an explanation of your options for legal representation beyond the initial conference and we will begin to develop a comprehensive legal strategy tailored to accomplishing your goals and obtaining results for you.