Wages & Overtime Class Actions Attorneys in San Diego
Helping Aggrieved Employees Recover Damages for Improper Payment
Since 2008, Haeggquist & Eck, LLP has built a reputation for fearlessly pursuing fair and just compensation for people who’ve been taken advantage of. Anyone can become physically, emotionally, or financially hurt due to someone else’s negligence or wrongful acts, and in no case should the aggrieved parties be made to endure the consequences of wrongdoing without the hope holding responsible parties accountable.
When it comes to wages and overtime disputes, an employee who has been unfairly paid – or not paid – for their work may not be the only person in the company with this issue. In cases where unfair compensation practices have affected one employee, there exists the possibility that many more may also be entitled to fair and just compensation. If you believe there’s an employment law your employer isn’t following, reach out to the wages and overtime class actions attorney in San Diego at Haeggquist & Eck, LLP for help.
Who Do We Help?
At Haeggquist & Eck, LLP, we can help anyone bring a class action lawsuit against an employer if you believe they are engaging in unlawful wage or overtime practices. In San Diego, overtime class actions attorneys have noticed that construction workers, software engineers, and truck drivers are among some of the most often affected people when it comes to these kinds of unlawful employment practices.
If you work in construction, your employer may be engaging in unlawful employment law practices. Whether you work in the public or private sector, state and federal labor laws regulate your eligibility for overtime and compensation for downtime or rain delays, unpaid work during breaks and meals, the time it takes to travel between sites, and expenses necessary to perform work like providing your own tools.
People who work in tech and IT can consult with a wages and overtime class actions attorney in San Diego if they are not being paid for work during holidays or weekends, off the clock, or expenses associated with your work such as using your personal cell phone for company use. If you’ve worked more than 40 hours per week or eight hours for one day, you may be entitled to overtime compensation if your employer has misclassified you.
People who drive semi-trailer trucks may be improperly compensated for things like overtime, unpaid work during meals and breaks, time spent loading and unloading their hauls, maintenance costs, and mileage. If you work as a driver for a trucking or delivery company and think there may be widespread unlawful employment practices in place, reach out to Haeggquist & Eck, LLP for help.
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