Wage And Hour Claims In Colorado
Workers deserve to be paid fairly for the work they do for their employers. Laws such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers to adhere to various rules regarding how they pay their workers. Additionally, each state has its own rules regarding how employees are paid. Our firm is well-versed in all applicable wage and hour laws in Colorado.
Our firm offers skilled assistance to workers who are concerned about such issues as:
- Minimum wage
- Being required to perform work tasks during meal and rest breaks
- Misclassification as an employee who is exempt from FLSA overtime rules
Some of the industries in Colorado where workers may suffer from unfair wages include the technology sector and the service and tourism industry.
Experienced Class Action Attorneys
We are also skilled at crafting strong class action lawsuits when multiple current or past employees have been taken advantage of.
When workers are not being paid according to the law, our experienced wage and hour attorneys can help hold employers accountable and secure compensation for past violations that can include liquidated damages and attorney fees.
Helping Workers Secure A Fair Wage
At Preston & Brar LLC, our firm offers skilled and experienced representation to workers who may have been denied the full pay they earned under the law. With more than 25 years of combined experience, we are able to create strong cases that hold employers accountable. Our commitment is to helping workers receive an honest day’s pay for an honest day’s work. Let us discuss your situation with you.
Contact The Wage And Hour Attorneys Of Preston & Brar LLC Serving Workers In Colorado
When you suspect you may not have been paid appropriately under the law, we can help you review your situation and take action. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced wage and hour lawyers, call toll free at 888-699-2432 or contact us online.
We are also available after hours or on weekends for consultations.
We take wage and overtime cases on a contingent basis. We get paid only if you get paid.