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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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The Labor & Employment Lawyers at Herrmann Law are Dedicated to Protecting Employees' Rights in the Workplace.

The Labor and 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 sue employers for illegal discrimination, sexual harassment, discrimination against employees with disabilities, violating the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), retaliating against employees, and various other claims against employers who are flagrantly violating employees’ rights.

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What Our Clients Say

One of the most commonly misapplied exemptions from overtime is the Administrative Exemption. In my experience, lots of employers wrongly assume that their employees are exempt from overtime just because they pay them a salary or other non-hourly rate of pay. Overtime is more than just about being paid a … Read More

Overused Overtime Exemptions
Employers often attempt to illegally cloak their employees with overtime exemptions to avoid paying overtime in accordance with federal law. The most common overtime exemptions used by employers are the Executive Exemption and Administrative Exemption. This article will give a broad overview of the Executive Exemption and … Read More

Overtime Pay for Employees Working in Retirement Communities
Too frequently we see Texas employers failing to pay caregivers, med techs, and other employees working in retirement communities overtime and the wages they are owed as mandated by federal wage laws (i.e. the Fair Labor Standards Act).

The work of a caregiver … Read More

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