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WAGE & OVERTIME LAW

Is your employer not paying you all of your wages, including tips, gratuities, commissions, bonuses, and service charges? Questions about overtime, including your exempt status or off the clock work? Don’t let your employer short you on your wages. We represent employees in cases against their employers to collect unpaid wages, unpaid overtime, minimum wage, tips, gratuities, bonuses, commissions and illegal deductions. Call The Wage & Overtime Lawyers at Herrmann Law: 817-479-9229 or submit your case online.

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LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW

In addition to representing employees in unpaid wage and overtime lawsuits, we sue employers for illegal discrimination, sexual harassment, discrimination against employees with disabilities, violating the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), workplace retaliation against employees, and various other claims against employers who are flagrantly violating employees’ rights. Call the Labor and Employment Attorneys at Herrmann Law: 817-479-9229 or submit your case online .

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Protecting Employees' Rights in the Workplace.

The Texas Employment Lawyers at Herrmann Law are dedicated to vigorously fighting for employees’ rights in the workplace. We have achieved significant success for our clients across a broad spectrum of workplace lawsuits. In addition to representing employees in unpaid wage lawsuits and overtime lawsuits, we represent employees in various other claims against their employers who are flagrantly violating employees’ rights.

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What Our Clients Say

Tip Theft. Does your employer require you to pay for cash shortages? Don’t.
What’s worse than getting stiffed on a tip? Getting stiffed on a tab. Have you ever worked in a restaurant where they had a policy requiring waiters and waitresses to pay for tabs when a customer left without … Read More

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled to overturn a 2017 lower court decision that dismissed a lawsuit alleging Alabama had violated equal protection laws by passing a state law that blocks the increase of minimum wage to $10.10 for workers. Initiated … Read More

Representatives in Washington D.C. recently introduced an amendment to 2019 legislation which would block the city’s District of Columbia Minimum Wage Amendment Act of 2017 (also known as Initiative 77) from becoming effective. As a result, another barrier has been created in raising … Read More

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